Oslo Opera House --- The Opera House looks like a big sailing ship facing Oslo's small fjord. The large platform at the entrance is connected to the roof. You can climb to the roof of the tilted opera house to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the sunset, or go to the seaside to play. Among many classical opera houses in Europe, such a unique modern opera house is rare. Opera platform and slope are full of people, intoxicated in the infinite beauty of the sunset. The setting sun sinks to the West and the remaining sun is like blood. The city scenery under the red sunlight is breathtaking. It is a pity that Oslo is the shortest tourist destination for this Nordic tour, which lasts no more than a dozen hours. It is just a passing trip. Nevertheless, Oslo's unique charm remains deeply in the memory of tourism.
The Oslo Opera House is arguably one of the most iconic buildings in Oslo. It is not far from Oslo wharf, built on the coast, hydrophilic inclined surface from the water to the roof, very unique design. Postcards are sold in the opera house. It is very beautiful to buy one and send it back to relatives and friends in China as a souvenir.
The Oslo Opera House is a new landmark building in Oslo. It is built on the sea in white and looks very elegant and pure. The design of the opera house is very exquisite, full of rich Nordic design inspiration, fresh and free from vulgarity at a glance makes people very comfortable. Unfortunately, there was no performance on that day. Otherwise, I really want to enjoy the wonderful performance here.
Oslo Opera House is unique in shape, like a white sailing boat at the mouth of the fjord, marble sloping roof can climb up, sunset beautiful scenery. The Opera House is near the Oslo central station. I go from the Palace to Carl John Street and then all the way to the seaside. There's another big advantage here, toilets are free. Karl John Street didn't see toilets. HM Store asked me if I didn't have toilets. If my English was too weak, I really wanted to have a good theory. By the way, there are public toilets in the railway station, 20nok, illustrated by pictures, magic bar ()(_)
Outside the theatre, the most striking feature is the white sloping stone roof rising from the Oslofjord, where visitors can stroll and enjoy the city's beauty. If you watch the theatre from the fjord, you will notice the solar panels on the front of the building. In fact, this is the largest building in Norway that relies on solar power to meet its energy needs.
The Oslo Opera House, which took five years to build, is located on the shore of Oslo's Bjrvika area, near the Central Station. Its architectural style is like a boat, facing the Oslo Fjord. It is the host of Norwegian operas and other cultural activities. The building itself is a work of art, made of marble and glass, with a concise, modern and magnificent shape. It is the largest cultural building in Norway after Nidarosdomen Cathedral, built in Trondheim in the early 14th century. Sometimes there are free open-air concerts outside the opera house. You can sit on the platform and enjoy the sea scenery while enjoying the music. In the evening, you can also climb on the roof of the opera house to get a glimpse of Oslo at night.
The theatre base covers an area of more than 38,000 square meters, equivalent to four international standard football fields. There are three stages and more than 11,000 rooms in the theatre. Rising from the fjord, the beautiful marble and granite roofs make her look like an outflow glacier.