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|1||Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel||117 m / 384 ft|
|2||Biskop Gunnerus Gate 14||111 m / 364 ft|
|3||Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel Oslo||67 m / 220 ft|
|4||DnB Nor B||67 m / 220 ft|
|5||Dronning Eufemias Gate 16||67 m / 220 ft|
|6||Deloitte Bygget||67 m / 220 ft|
|7||Oslo Rådhus 1||66 m / 217 ft|
|8||Økernsenteret||65 m / 213 ft|
|9||KLP-bygget||63.2 m / 207 ft|
|10||Oslo Rådhus 2||63 m / 207 ft|
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