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  • 2,5 - 6 hrs

    Highly personalized tour in historical city center of Oslo and beyond. The tour is a great introduction both for short visit or longer vacation in Oslo.

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    Join the tour and learn about unique Jewish history in Norway. Jewish tour can be easily integrated with Highlights of Oslo

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  • 2 - 6 hrs

    Mobile phone photographer or pro? Lets look at the city from photographers perspective.

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  • 3 hrs  1700 NOK/180€

    Tour dedicated to the years of the German occupation of Oslo in 1940-45. Extensive visual material is used to enrich the experience.

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  • Next day after the War

    While Europe was celebrating Victory Day, in Norway, the operation Doomsday – liberation of Norway was about to start. The goal of the operation was supervising the surrender of the German forces in Norway as well as preventing the sabotage of vital military and civilian facilities. Thousands of military personnel was flown to Norway. Unfortunately due to various reasons three airplanes got crashed and 48 soldiers got killed right after the war in Europe was ended. *On Ascention day Thursday May 10th 1945 between 7:30 and 8:00 hours, the Short Stirling LK147 from 196 Squadron took

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  • The second story: Blucher

    The second story from series of short stories about ships entering the Norwegian waters in 1940-45, and the fate of people who served on them. Original photos from the Oslo Photo Tour collection were are used for illustration. (first story).Walking along the Aker Brygge embankment you can see various marine artefacts, such as: a whaling gun, screws from ships, and anchors. One of those anchors will be discussed. Although it looks no different from the others, it is associated with a heroic, and even miraculous looking, battle of Norway’s history.  The anchor belonged

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  • The first story: Altmark

    The first story from series of short stories about ships entering the Norwegian waters in 1940-45, and the fate of people who served on them. Original photos from the Oslo Photo Tour collection were are used for illustration.Altmark was a German oil tanker and supply vessel. It became famous because of the so-called “Altmark Incident”. After the loss of the cruiser “Admiral Graf Spee”, of which Altmark supported across the Atlantic, the oil tanker headed for Germany, with almost 300 English POW.Altmark at Jøssingfjord, NorwayPursued by the British

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