Monday, 23 May 2011

[Oh Hello Oslo] Damstredet


Damstredet is a small and narrow street in the borough of St. Hanshaugen. It was mostly built from 1810 to 1860 and has managed to survive intact as a charming part of town, with well-preserved and inhabited wooden houses, one of the few streets that retains the small town character of Oslo in a genuine manner.
















8 comments:

  1. Oh My Dad, I thought these were taken with a DSLR

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  2. I thought the same thing, what a great place to take photos. I love the wide angle!

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  3. I get a real kick out of looking at colourful houses, it's such a happy thing! Too bad, we don't have many people or architects who like colourful buildings here ;D

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  4. Such a pretty place, love the fisheye shots :)

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  5. Adorable neighborhood, I can't believe how wonderful the photos came out with that lens!

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  6. The buildings are gorgeous, what a charming place.
    Rx

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