Oslo Opera House
Located in the Bjørvika district along the Oslo Fjord Bay, the Opera House was completed in 2008 and is home to the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet. Norway's largest cultural facility, which hosts about 300 performances a year, is characterized by its marble and glass exterior, which resembles an iceberg, as well as its interior, which is richly decorated with oak and natural light. The gentle slope leading from the ground to the rooftop creates an open space that is a place of relaxation for citizens and tourists.
Oslo city center
Oslo, the capital of Norway, is a port city surrounded by greenery at the end of the Oslo Fjord. Within walking distance of the Oslo Central Station, the city center is a forest of buildings from various eras that adorn the cityscape, including the majestic Royal Palace, the Oslo Cathedral, the National Theater, the Opera House, and the Museum of Contemporary Art. The area attracts many tourists throughout the year as a tourist destination full of attractions and as a gateway to travel around the fjords that are synonymous with.