Fodor's Expert Review Oslo Domkirke

Sentrum Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Consecrated in 1697 as Oslo's third cathedral, this dark-brown brick structure has since been Oslo's main church. The original pulpit, altarpiece, and organ front with acanthus carvings still stand. Take a look at the ceiling murals painted between 1936 and 1950 by artist Hugo Louis Mohr, and stained-glass windows by Emanuel Vigeland. In the 19th century, the fire department operated a lookout from the bell tower, which you can visit.

Religious Building/Site/Shrine Historical

Quick Facts

Karl Johans gt. 11
Oslo, Oslo  0154, Norway


Sight Details:
Rate Includes: Free

What’s Nearby