Oslo re-invented

20023940_494697884207358_3422036370546530618_oOslo is re-inventing itself: the docks have been moved a little further out of the city centre, the semi-freeway roads along the port have been buried and the new opera house is the first of many buildings to be built in this area.

By 2020, the new Munch museum, the public library and other buildings will be finished. There are tens of cranes in this area alone. On the other side of the street are many new office and living buildings, known as “the barcode”.

New public access to the fjord has been opened, with a sandy beach, decks, an 8-lane 50m long pool (fjord water, currently at 17 degrees..), showers, restaurants, terraces, parks and apartments.
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Oslo est en pleine (r)évolution : les docks ont été déplacés hors du centre ville, les semi-autoroutes qui longeaient le port sont maintenant souterraines et l’opéra est le premier des nouveaux bâtiments qui vont être construits ici.

En 2020, le nouveau musée Munch, la bibliothèque et de nombreux autres immeubles seront terminés. Il y a des dizaines de grues dans ce secteur. De l’autre côté de la rue se trouve le quartier du “code barre” avec des logements et des bureaux.

De nouveaux accès au fjord ont été ouverts avec plage de sable, pontons, douches, piscine de 50m (eau du fjord à 17 en ce moment), restaurants, terrasses, parcs et appartements.

 

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