Welcome to a lecture about Norway during 1940-45. On April 9 1940, Nazi Germany attacked Norway. Resistance, life, betrayal, heroism and much more will be highlighted during the meeting with Rami Kafarov a guide and the founder of the Oslo Photo tour .
When: Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 7 PM – 8 PM
Where: cafe Henriken, Wergelandsveien 5, 0167 Oslo, Norway
Fee: Free entrance
Number of places is limited to 50-60
In 2001, at an international conference in Singapore, representatives from 17 national toilet associations from Asia, Europe and North America (dedicated to everything related to toilets) declared the 19 of November the World Toilet Day.
Now let’s find out a little bit about that place where we spend a lot of time, namely, the toilet. The concepts of hygiene and sanitation have been long known to man, even though they have varied a lot between centuries. The ancient history of the toilet, older than a thousand years, is the best example. By the way, it’s exactly with the
Walking self-guided tour of Oslo during years of German occupation 1940-45 in Norwegian and English language. The tour starts in front of the Royal Palace, overlooking the entire city center, and ends at the Akershus fortress near by Resistance museum. The length of the route is 2.5 km / 2 miles. A map with explanations and illustrations will help you navigate. Private photos taken by German soldiers were used in this project. It is a wonderful gift or souvenir of Oslo for friends and colleagues.
- size 14x21 cm