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Deeply impressive museum on the tragic events of July 22, 2011 in Norway. Heartbreaking to see the photos, names and ages of 72 of the 77 that lost their life that day due to the cruelties of one fellow Norwegian man. Unbelievable to see the...More
This is an exhibition about the 22 July 2011 Oslo and Utoya terror attack.
It a very powerful exhibition and very moving.
The building itself housed the office of the prime minister and ministry of justice and the police until the terror attack.
A small “museum” that has no entrance fee. It is about the 2011 acts of terrorism by a white anti-multiculturalist (right extremist) that took the lives of 77 people and injured many more. I won’t go into detail because you should definitely go see it...More
This Center was the place where a bomber killed many innocent people. It was under construction so we couldn't go in I am sure it will be a place to remind Norwegians of a very sad time in recent history.
It doesn't feel right writing a review about this sort of place. I can only say: you must go when visiting Oslo. It is incredibly moving and sombre. The layout, evidence, the text and the photos are incredibly moving. There is little else to say...More
This centre, was for me, the only place you HAVE to visit, there are no excuses. The centre is not only a memorial for those who died during the tragic events on 22 July 2011 but also a reminder of of how fragile life is...More
When I was outside of the building and saw all the glass pieces under the trees I thought that it looked beautiful and I quite liked the idea that they used the broken window pieces from the buildings from the bomb that day. The first...More