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Frogner Church, Oslo

#25 of 58 in Historic Sites in Oslo
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Church
Frogner Church (Norwegian: Frogner kirke) is a parish church in the Frogner borough of the city of Oslo, Norway. The congregation is part of the Oslo arch-deanery within the Diocese of Oslo in the Church of Norway.
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  • The church is from 1907 and the glasspaintings are made by Per Vigeland, son of Emanuel Vigeland and the nephew of Gustav Vigeland. Lots of conserts are arranged in this church. In December this...  more »

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