A Booklover's Place by bankmann

A Booklover's Place

Gyldendal's House ('Gyldendalshuset')at Sehesteds Square ('Sehesteds plass') in central Oslo, in the middle of Sehesteds Street ('Sehesteds gate'). Gyldendal Norsk Forlag ('Gyldendal Norwegian Publishers') is on of the grand old publishing houses in Norway.

Trivia: The street and square are named after the son-in-law of King Christian, Hannibal Sehested (1609-66), the king's governor in Norway 1642-52. Christian Quart ruled Denmark-Norway 1588-1648. (He became king at 11.)
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