To my eye, a rather higgledy-piggledy assortment of nasty modern builings at the entrance to Oslo on the E6 motorway. I suspect that these were built on a part of Oslo that was burned by the Danes some centuries ago and which the Norwegians have only just got round to re-building :-) I first visited Oslo in about 1978, when it had a population of about 400,000 and it was a delightfully old-fashioned city. The shops closed at about 4.0 pm - late night opening was until 5 - and there were about a couple of alcohol monopoly shops that had such opening times that no one was around to buy anything (hence their predeliction for moonshine!). Now, it's just another big European city with a population of about 660,000.
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