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Oslo Aker Brygge
Norway

For more than a century Aker Brygge was the site of a shipyard, Akers Mekaniske Verksted. Since 1986, when the workshops were opened as the first stage in the Aker Brygge development, this site has become a popular area with shopping malls, apartment buildings, offices, restaurants, a cinema, a theatre and a health-and-fitness centre. This unique sea-front boardwalk is one of Oslo's primary attractions. The buildings are distinctive, with their combination of old, venerable shipyard buildings and modern architecture.


In the summer months Aker Brygge is Oslo's number one meeting place, teeming with people both day and night, enjoying Aker Brygge's numerous attractions

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