St. Hanshaugen—Sahnkt Hahns-how-en, as it's pronounced in Norwegian, offers the best of both worlds.
You can spend hours wandering the narrow residential streets and stopping in cute, locally-owned shops in the main commercial district. Or you can escape to one of several parks, where you’ll find tranquility, stunning views of the city, and endless opportunities for people-watching.
St. Hanshaugen begins immediately east of OsloMet’s downtown campus, Campus Pilestredet.
Whether you're considering moving to this part of town or you just want to get a feel for the area around campus, OsloMet student Simen has put together a little tour of some of his favourite neighbourhood spots.
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