Oslo » Oslo | 101 An oldwall, a small street and a large forest If you like Vikings and legendary tales of Odin on long winter nights; if you are a lover of pristine nature, unreal fjords and vast expanses, there is no doubt that Norway is the right destination for you, and as of this month you can fly to Oslo direct with an Air Serbia flight. And don't forget, in addition to all the other beauties of the Norwegian capital, to visit three slightly different places this summer. ey all share an artistic touch, but also the fact that they are outside, and winter is far away. The Fishermen " e Fishermen" is a wall decoration dating back to 1970 that was made by Norwegian artist Carl Nesjar, based on drawings by Pablo Picasso. It can be seen on the end wall of the 'Y building' in Akersgata street. Nesjar and Picasso worked together for 17 years, resulting in a number of sculptures and building decorations around the world. Many of the artworks they made together were created in the same way as " e Fishermen": the motifs were designed by Picasso and then sandblasted onto the concrete façade by Nesjar. e Fisherman mural and the mural on the wall of the Faculty of Architecture in Barcelona are their only works that can be seen outdoors. Damstredet Damstredet is a cobblestone street with wooden houses that was built in the rst half of the 19th century. e street is just 160 metres long. e cobbled road is lined on either side by adorable, brightly-coloured wooden houses. Most of them date back to the early to mid 1800s, but the very oldest parts apparently date back to the 1600s. e architecture here is very di erent from the rest of Oslo. On nice days, friendly locals enjoying the sun and co ee on their front steps will greet you as you pass by. Ekebergparken A few minutes from Oslo City Centre by tram lies the Ekebergparken Sculpture Park. e park combines its long history with beautiful nature, stunning views and impressive sculptures in a unique way. e artworks spread throughout the park are authored by internationally renowned artists. Apart from the sculptures, in this park you can also nd traces of Oslo’s long and diverse history. e park is always open, year-round, and is free to visit. Ulica sa drvenim kućama iz prve polovine 19. veka duga je samo 160metara This street with wooden houses that was built in the first half of the 19th century is just 160metres long iStock / BastianLinder