Royal Palace (Oslo)-A Symbol of Norwegian History (2020)
The Royal Palace is located at Karl Johans gate in Oslo. The Royal Palace is considered a symbol of Norwegian history linked to Oslo since 1814. The construction of the Royal Palace began in October 1825. The construction was authorized and approved by King Carl.
At present, the Royal Palace is owned by the state. The state has allowed the use of the palace as a place of work for the monarchy and also as the residence of King and queen. The Royal Palace in Oslo is closed during winter and opens in summer.
Several architectural changes and expansion were made since 1849 to the external structure as well as the interior of the Royal Palace. Most visitors to Oslo like guided tours which are available for a reasonable price. The Royal family owns several properties and spend a few days during summer at the Royal Palace.