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Oslo harbour and city hall
Norway
Oslo harbour with Aker brygge, marina, shopping and residential area. Nobel Peace Center on the west side of the square. Oslo city hall (opened in 1950) with it's two towers to the north. On top of the eastern tower is a 49 bell carillon.
Copyright: Roy baardsen
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上传: 05/06/2011
更新: 07/08/2014
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