Rather than those fancy soulless libraries, this one is like an old book, a bit dusty and shabby, but with plenty of heart.
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Of course, no bookstore is complete without it’s own cosy café.
Wergelandsveien 29 Book lovers will undoubtedly find their way into at least one public library on their way around Oslo.
The Deichmanske library has many branches across the city, but if you have time only for one, then head to the main building in the city centre while it’s still there – the construction work has started for a new library at the port area, due to open in 2020.
Torggata 9A Right behind the Royal Palace, Litteraturhuset (‘the house of literature’) is an ideal meeting place for bookworms.
Besides providing free office space for authors, it also functions as a venue for literary events with world-renowned writers often paying a visit: in the past this place has hosted everyone from Zadie Smith and David Lynch to Haruki Murakami.
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