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Universitetets Aula‎, University Great Hall, Oslo, Norway
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Universitetets Aula, Oslo, Norway. Part of the old university buildings located between the Parliament and the Royal Palace on Oslo's main street, Karl Johan. They were built 1841-1853.  The aula is often used for lectures, ceremonies and classical concerts.

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