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Audioguide Roseslottet

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Experience Roseslottet, an extraordinary art installation in the forest above Oslo, with a view overlooking the city and Oslofjorden. With nearly 300 artworks, Roseslottet tells the story of when we lost democracy, freedom of speech, and human rights during World War II. The core principle of Roseslottet is to remind us that all people are born free, in contrast to what we experienced during the occupation years. The artistic expression aims to engage, challenge, and confront. In short, to bring the history to life.

Audio guides available in:
Norsk bokmål, English (British), Deutsch

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