Oslo Rådhus is the town hall of Oslo. Its characteristic architecture, artworks and the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, held on 10th December every year, makes it one of Oslo’s most famous buildings.

The building isn’t located in the old historical part of the city where you would usually find a town hall. More surprisingly than that is its huge structure with all the artwork about the people and this overall look could have been established in any communist country during communist rule. While making this notion all of a sudden a bunch of Chinese people took over the hall in a storm. They were everywhere in just a second, armed with point-and-shoot cameras, taking picture after picture without mercy.

I couldn’t believe my eyes! Did they adulterated last night’s liquor? I knew the cheap price wasn’t a good sign, but being broke in Norway just make you things do… Cheers!