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The cemetery and chapel were inagurated in 1902. Naturally laid out urn graves with stone settings from 1939. In connection with the cemetery is Vestre Krematorium (Western Crematorium). The city's largest war memorial is situated here - the final...more
My wife and I saw this cemetery whilst visiting the Vigeland Sculpture Park. We had not intended visiting it but were very glad we did. It has several sections allocated to foreign military people who had died in Norway from World War 2. It included...More
Vestre gravlund contains an international war cementary where soldiers who fell during WWII from the Soviet, Netherlands, Poland, Denmark, Sweden and Norway are buried. In addition, the United States, France, Yugoslavia and the United Kingdom have raised memories of their fallen compatriots. This part is...More
Vestre Gravlund is Norway's largest graveyard, measuring 243 square metres.
The place is well looked after so it's always green and nicely decorated with flowers. A fine place for relaxing together with the squirrels and various birds. Also a popular spot for jogging, dog walking...More
Any Travellers who feel they need a bit of peace and quiet while in town should consider coming here, it is the most beautiful, serene, peaceful, lovely spot in Oslo! I have family here so I come quite often to water flowers and it is...More