Welcome to the website of the Anglo-Norse Society in Oslo! We are delighted to have the opportunity to share our information with you and let you know who we are, where we are and what we do.
The Anglo-Norse Society in Oslo is a “sister” branch of the Anglo- Norse Society in London. The Society was founded in London in 1921, its first President being the world famous explorer, scientist and humanitarian Fridtjof Nansen.
We strive to bond the links between our two countries, a link which has existed over the centuries. The majority of our members are Norwegian and British, but we gladly embrace all who have an interest in things British and Norwegian , be it literature, politics, music, sport, education, culture, history, etc.
We endeavour to present a wide range of topics and a variety of interesting events for our members at our monthly meetings, where we always take time to mingle and chat afterwards over a drink and a bite to eat. We also organize outings, visit exhibitions, etc. Read on about us and about our history …and about how to become a member of the ANS ……view our events calendar, and last but not least……
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