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Frogner is a borough of the city of Oslomarker, Norwaymarker. In addition to traditional Frogner, the borough incorporates Bygdøymarker, Uranienborg and Majorstuenmarker.
The area became part of the city of Oslo (then Christiania) in 1878. The borough is named after Frogner Manormarker, a splendid 18th century country estate now housing the Oslo City Museummarker. The Frogner Parkmarker (Frognerparken) includes the famous Vigeland Sculpture Parkmarker.The major part of Frogner consists of houses built around 1900. Frogner was then a part of the city for the affluent, a status it has retained.

On the Bygdøymarker peninsula are located the Viking ship Museum, Norsk Folkemuseummarker (Norwegian Museum of Cultural History), the Maritime Museum, the Kon-Tiki Museummarker and the ship Frammarker, used by Roald Amundsen for his Antarctic expedition. The royal estate Bygdøy kongsgård and the little palace of Oscarshallmarker are also located here. Bygdøy is also a recreational area for Oslo's citizens with several public beaches.

On January 1, 2004, the previous borough of Uranienborg-Majorstuen and Bygdøy-Frogner were merged with Frogner, creating the current, larger borough.

Traditional districts of Oslo belonging to the borough is:

Frogner in modern times

Frogner area is dominated by villa buildings and parks. It is one of the most expensive districts in Oslomarker due to the central location, proximity to parks, marinas and pretty architecture. It is also an embassy area.

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