Inner East

Inner East is a part of , comprising the triangle east of Akerselva, south and west of the third ring road and north of the railway. Here you will find an international environment, many different cultures, less expensive food and drinks and a more bohemian atmosphere than in .

Notable Places in the Area

Museum
The Natural History Museum at the University of Oslo is 's oldest and largest museum of natural history. Photo: Dendresen, CC BY 4.0.

Park
The is Norway's oldest botanical garden. Photo: Helge Høifødt, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Stadium
was an indoor ice hockey rink in , , the first bearing that name. Photo: Mahlum, Public domain.

Museum
Photo: Bjoertvedt, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

is 's capital and largest city, with 700,000 citizens in the city proper and about 1.5 million inhabitants in greater . Photo: Krakers, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is the sector of between Ring 1 and Ring 3 and between Highway 168 in the west and Akerselva in the East. Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

Suburb
is a neighbourhood in central , .

Inner East

Latitude
59.918° or 59° 55' 4.8" north
Longitude
10.778° or 10° 46' 40.8" east
Open Location Code
9FFGWQ9H+65

Also Known As

  • English: Oslo/Inner East
  • Hebrew: אוסלו/האזור המזרחי של מרכז העיר
  • Hebrew: האזור המזרחי של מרכז העיר

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