|A facade conceiling (no real window glass, only fake)|
and a flag at half mast - a symbol of grief
at the former Norwegian government building,
that was destroyed from a bomb in 2011
nesten symbolsk på fredag den trettende november...
og bare få timer før sjokkerende nyheter fra Paris.
Jeg var forøvrig i Oslo sentrum da bomben gikk av i 2011,
og har skrevet ned mine opplevelser her.
Remains of the Norwegian government building in Oslo,
heavily destroyed from the 22. July bomb 2011.
I was nearby, in the center of a peaceful Oslo, when the bomb went off -
I wrote about it here
On Friday November 13.th 2015 it was like this,
with the Norwegian national split flag at half mast
in front of the fake facade conceiling
being so after the bomb damages.
Maybe except from some building constructors,
no one work behind the fake facade now.
This view, symbols of grief, is almost like a
supernatural and symbolic omen...
only a few hours before the tragic Paris terror
|A view seen towards the royal castle from the parlament windows|
Extraordinary for common people...
|Praktfulle novemberblomstring på Eidsvolls plass |
foran Stortinget (utenfor bildet, til venstre) i Oslo -
Roses in November, in front of the parliament
|En av løvene ved Løvebakken ved Stortinget, |
og et midlertidig kunstprosjekt ved siden av.
Old Norwegian lions guarding the parliament building
|Kunst.... eller kanskje mest kulturhistorie, foran Stortinget. |
This autumn an old building is moved here, recycled as a art project in front of the Norwegian parliament building
House of commons - nærmere omtalt her
|Både ensomt og forlatt i stortingssalen en fredag ettermiddag etter en travel uke|
The parliament assembly room - on Friday after a busy week discussing refugees etc
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