22 july attack one year after in Oslo.
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Panoramic photo by Tor Erik Schrøder PRO EXPERT Taken 17:37, 17/07/2012 - Views loading...

22 july attack one year after in Oslo.

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Government building in Oslo terror attacked 22 july 2011, this is how it looks today one year after. All the buildings damaged used to house the departments. On the 15 flor in the higrise it used to house the prime minister office of Jens Stoltenberg. Now the departments have been situatet in several other buildings around the city. Now the place have been opened for the public. The place the bomb went of is still not open for the public and is juste left of the highrise building. For more on the 22 july bombing and the following massacre at Utøya se link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2011_Norway_attacks

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