Tuesday, October 9

Strolling Tjuvholmen

Today´s stroll down town Oslo targeted Tjyvholmen / Aker Brygge

 One of our newest attractions in addition to the intriguing building architecture is Astrup Fearnley Museum. At the entrance this sculpture can be seen, and outdoor close to the Oslofjord this sculpture makes the maritime proximity visible.
 In the background my wife´s apartment dream comes true.
 At the outermost peer at Tjuvholmen turning towards the city we can see both City Hall and Akershus Fortress.
 The yacht harbor outside Aker Brygge makes the maritime environment even more posh, and a nice place for breaks or even sunbathing if the temperature was a little higher.
Astrup Fearnley Museum was built as part of Tjuvholmen Icon Complex (2006-2012) and was designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop in collaboration with Narud-Stokke-Wiig (Oslo).

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