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Munchmuseet

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When Munch died in January 1944, it transpired that he had unconditionally bequeathed all his remaining works to the City of Oslo. The Munch Museum opened in 1963 and was purpose-built to house this unique collection of approximately 1100 paintings, 4500 drawings and 18 000 prints.
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Marianne
Marianne
April 12, 2015
Billedkunst på høyt nivå
Rebecca
Rebecca
October 10, 2019
A great opportunity to see the work of a great Norwegian artist.
Ingrid
Ingrid
July 01, 2019
You dont have to be super interested in art to enjoy the Munch museum.
Almir
Almir
May 26, 2019
A must visit if you're into art!
Edda
Edda
February 02, 2019
Visit the Munch Museum to see the famous painting The Scream.

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Placering
53 Tøyengata
Gamle Oslo, Oslo 0578
Telefon+47 23 49 35 00
Hjemmesidemunchmuseet.no
Status for åbningstiderClosed · Opens 10:00 AM
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