Youngstorget, Oslo, Norway - Day 234/365

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    One month after the terror attacks on Oslo and Utøya, there's still flowers being placed on central places in town. Here the old fountain at Youngstorget, with a clear view to the damaged government buildings in the background, and at the same time the street vendors on the plaza have taken up their trading.

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    1. trondjs 32 months ago | reply

      And for the Fountains around the world group, which this was invited to:
      The fountain at Youngstorget in Oslo is a copy of the original iron cast lion head fountain from 1860, which was dumped in the harbour basin in 1942, worn out and in bad shape. This one is a copy of an identical fountain in the Western Norwegian town Stavanger. Its the largest cast iron fountain in Oslo. I believe the original fountain was cast in England.
      Here's the original fountain, more than 100 years ago:
      In 1935:

    2. ausfi 31 months ago | reply

      You have always so much information to share. The fountains were so beautiful with the flowers, I took a couple of short videos too in addition to photos.

    3. Spinool 2 weeks ago | reply

      view #900

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