Tuesday, 12 March 2013


Last time I was browsing through Eric Tenin's blog, ParisDailyPhoto, I saw a photo I really liked (this). I felt a little inspired and took today's photo as a result. It's Telegrafbygningen, the Telegraph building, in Kongens gate, a parallel street to Karl Johan in the city center. Telegrafbygningen was built in the 1920's to house the Norwegian Telecom's administration. At that time, the building was one of Norway's nerve centers, and in order to be fireproof the interior were made from Norwegian marble, more stone and concrete.

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