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The New Opera House, Oslo, Norway
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Clemens Scharmann
The new Opera House in Oslo
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The new Opera House in Oslo
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The new Opera House in Oslo
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The new Opera House in Oslo
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On the new Opera house, Oslo
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Oslo Opera house, inside.
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The Opera House - Main entrance
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