Oslo R蘚hus is part of the skatespot refered to as R蘚husplassen, consisting of;
Kronprinsesse Marthas plass Skatespot
With plenty of stairs, handrails and curbs available on a smooth surface at the seaside entrance,
is a popular spot for
There has been a lot of skateboard related
events and contests at Oslo R蘚hus
. Check out some
footage and results from events at Oslo R蘚hus
For years there were conflicts between the skaters and the city hall employees.
An agreement was made in 2004
that allowed the skaters to use the spot as long as they followed the rules given.
In 2006 the conflict rose again, with claims that the skaters were not following the rules,
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but the agreement about skateboarding at Oslo R蘚hus is still in place today.
[ 5] Building
Oslo R蘚hus is built of red brick and has two towers, one 63 meters tall and other 66 meters tall.
The building was designed by architects Arnstein Arneberg and Magnus Poulsson, and constructed between 1931 and 1950.
It houses the city council, the citys administration and various other municipal organisations.
Various events and ceremonies take place in the building.
Guided tours of Oslo R蘚hus are available every day.
Below are the sources referenced in the article. Go to the
Oslo R蘚hus articles
for more information.
Skateboarding Allowed At R蘚hustrappa
Oslo R蘚hus Skateboarding Agreement
R蘚huset Is Perfect For Skateboarding
Skaters Curb Smashed At City Hall
Skating at Oslo City Hall Location
The building is located in the city center, facing Oslofjorden, in the northern part of the Pipervika neighbourhood.
R蘚husplassen 1, 0160 Oslo, Norway.
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