Tjuvholmen is a peninsula extending into the Oslo fjord from Aker Brygge, in the west of Oslo. In the past the area was used for office space, terminals and warehouses. In 2005 it was sold to private investors who developed the area into a residential part with private apartments and a public area with museums of which the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art is the most significant one. There is also a bathing area where young people meet in the summer.
01 Channel and bridge at night 02 Astrup Fearnley museum 03 Channel and bridge at night 04 Astrup Fearnley museum
05 Astrup Fearnley museum of modern art 06 Astrup Fearnley museum 07 Astrup Fearnley museum 08 Astrup Fearnley museum
09 Residential buildings in Aker Brygge 10 Channel and bridge 11 Building on Stranden 12 Brick wall building in Aker Brygge 13 Grundingen street
14 Grundingen street 15 Grundingen street 16 Aker Brygge pedestrian area
17 Aker Brygge pedestrian area 18 Shadesofnorway apparel shop 19 Astrup Fearnley museum of modern art
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