The Nail Soup

Bosc d’Anjou has added a photo to the pool: Eidsvollsplass is a park bordering Karl Johans gate, Oslo’s main street, for part of the section between parliament and the royal palace. Originally established in the 1840’s, it was redesigned by architect Arnstein Arneberg in 1956 to include a water pool and a fountain. Funding for the work came from what was then a gigantic industrial conglomerate bearing the quaint name of Christiania Spigerverk, Christiania Nail Factory. The park was quickly nicknamed Spikersuppa, the Nail Soup,…

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