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Bankplassen (Bank Square), Oslo. In the background, the Engebret Café.
Bankplassen (Bank Square), Oslo. In the background, the Engebret Café.

Bankplassen ('The Bank Square') is a square in the neighborhood Kvadraturen in Oslo, bounded by Kongens gate, Myntgata and Kirkegata. Before 1953, Agnes Thorsens plass was also part of Bankplassen. The square takes its name after the building of the Christiania Department's Norges Bank located at 3 Bankplassen, built in 1830 as a division office after designs by architect Christian Heinrich Grosch.[1] It is now used by the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design. It received in 2008 an addition designed by architect Sverre Fehn.

When Norges Bank's headquarters were moved from Trondheim to Oslo, the Bank's new building at 4 Bankplassen was completed in 1906 after drawings by architect Ingvar Hjorth. On 1 September 1986, Norges Bank was moved to a new continuous block building with address at 2 Bankplassen,[2] designed by architects Kjell Lund and Nils Slaatto. Several older apartment buildings were then integrated into the new building. Other well-known institutions on Bankplassen are the Engebret Cafè with address at 1 Bankplassen.

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  1. ^ Visit Oslo. "National Museum - Architecture". Visit Archived from the original on 12 April 2011. Retrieved 23 August 2011. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ European Association for Banking History, Manfred Pohl, Sabine Freitag (1994). Handbook on the history of European banks. Edgar Elgar Publishing. p. 810. ISBN 978-1-85278-919-0.

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