Don' t miss the upcoming events in Oslo.
Perth, Western Australia (PRWEB) January 15, 2012
Oslo is one city that is renowned for many great and exciting human institutions, events and people in modern Europe. The city, which was founded in 1050, is a center of attraction to diplomats, international trade, sportsmen and sportswomen and a center of attraction to tourists generally. This Political and cultural capital of Norway has an economy that is founded on products such as electrical and electronic products, ships, metals and machinery and draws visitors from across the globe who lodge at cheap hotels in Oslo.
Oslo is prominent in international affairs as it is the home of the Norwegian Nobel Institute, which makes a major input in the selection of the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize winners annually.
Oslo also hosts the Norwegian National Gallery which contains collections of Norwegian and European art; it hosts the Norwegian Folk Museum, the Oslo Museum of Decorative Art, Frogner Park which archives over a hundred works by the Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland and the Munch Museum with paintings of the famous Norwegian artist, Edvard Munch.
Tourists also find Oslo attractive for its enchanting modern architecture, public parks and University, which was founded in 1811. The relative proximity of Oslo with the North Pole makes the city a major center of attraction for winter sports and events. In 1952, Oslo hosted the winter Olympics and this January, the city will play host to one of the most exciting winter games known to humankind: snowboarding.
The World Snowboarding Championships (WSC) which comes up this January is developed and owned by the Ticket To Ride (TTR) and World Snowboard Federation (WSF) and is organized by Snowboard-VM 2012 AS an Oslo based company owned by The Arctic Challenge which is organizing the event. Members of the Norwegian Snowboard Federation and the global snowboard community will be competing at the events that will attract many fans from around the world who will be lodging at Oslo hotels.
The World Snowboarding Championship is the new ultimate snowboarding championship and it will be held every four years at a variety of carefully chosen snowboarding locations around the globe. This January in Oslo, the famed Holmenkollen ski jumping arena, will see the first actions at the promising games that comes up between the 10th and the 19th of the month.
The World Snowboarding Championship is Snowboarding more than crowning the World Snowboarding Champion every four-year, but a daily youth program for discovering and nurturing young talents at the grass roots.
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