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Dining on Oslo's Roof
Take the subway-line 'Holmenkollen' to its end station and there you'll find Frognerseteren; a popular attraction to both tourists and locals. Originally a shieling belonging to ancient Frogner Manor, the building now houses a restaurant dating back from 1891. The architecture is typical of the Norwegian romanticist movement and features wood carvings of dragons and other Viking inspired ornaments. Close by is Tryvannsh√łgda (Tryvann is another highlight); the large hill where hikers can get their pulses going.
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