Gronland, which means green land in Norwegian, is a neighborhood in Oslo. It has a rich history dating back to the 1600s and is considered the historic northern border of Oslo.
Over the past several decades, Gronland has developed into a multicultural neighborhood with something for everyone. Ethnic food stores and restaurants, bars and mosques dot the landscape. You will often find the prices a little bit less in Gronland than in central Oslo. A newer addition to the cultural landscape is the Oslo Opera House.
From Salvador Dali to Auguste Rodin, you won't believe the artistic masterpieces located in the... Read more