Uranienborg Church

Oslo, Norway

Uranienborg church was designed by Balthazar Lange and was consecrated on 22 December 1886. The building is given a sober Gothic feel and is decorated with stained glass by the artist Emanuel Vigeland. In 1930 the interior received its present form by architect Arnstein Arneberg. The church has 1020 seats.

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Holtegata 15, Oslo, Norway
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Founded: 1886
Category: Religious sites in Norway

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4.4/5 (based on Google user reviews)

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Andréas Driot (2 years ago)
A average sized church open for public to visit, beautiful and well constructed.
s Sebers (2 years ago)
Visiting from USA and the NewYears Day service was wonderful.
Alan Dean (3 years ago)
A very nice traditional church and was happy for my sons wedding there.
Adam W. Sypula (Drwal) (3 years ago)
It's a very nice place if you want to have fun. The place is both for a single person, as a couple or larger groups. Children friendly also may I add. The location itself is epic, beautifully presented, nicely taken care off and welcoming. I advice to check for yourself.
Bunana Y (3 years ago)
Best place to purge the souls of your victims 4 stars
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