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  • Norvegian Museum of MagicOslo travel tips
    It is something I have never seen before. This is a unique thing and it's just amazing. It's the dreams of my childhood coming true! The problem is that it is only opened on Sundays. :( The museum has everything related to the history [...]
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Oslo History

 During the 18th century, trade was thriving well in Christiana. Her trade partners were the mighty British Empire and Holland.  They came in with enlightening ideas as well as loads of coffee, tea, tobacco, and spices. Christiana’s rise to prominence happened in1814. It was during the 19th century wherein historical structures were made. Examples of these prominent landmarks were the Royal Palace, Stortinget, the Bank of Norway, and Norway’s first university. Christiana continued to prosper due to increased trade and rapid industrialization. A lot of people trooped to the capital city with the hope of a bright future ahead of them. But [...]
 
 
 

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