Oslo, four museums not to be missed

Astrup Fearnley
A wonderful collection of modern and contemporary art.

Astrup Fearnley

Astrup Fearnley Museum Photo@Cesare Zucca

Designed by Renzo Piano, is inspired by the elements that surround it, the steel cables resemble the masts of boats, the use of wood brings us back into the forests, the silver-gray facade looks like a is a prelude to a winter storm.

Astrup Fearnley

Astrup Fearnley Photo@Cesare Zucca


Nobel Peace Center.
Interactive museum celebrating the annual Nobel Peace Prize, which rewards the dialogue and cooperation to a safer world. It was awarded to some legendary champions of peace, as Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela, the Dalai Lama, Mother Teresa.

Nobel Price Museum

Nobel Price Center Photo@Cesare Zucca

Munch Museum and National Gallery
Emotional appointment with the iconic Scream” by Edvard Munch. The artist painted four copies. One is the National Gallery that hosts exhibitions of contemporary art and the other reigns at the Much Museum. Not to be missed.

Edward Munch The Scream

Edvard Munch “The Scream”

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