was decided that the university should be in the center of the city. The various parks and open spaces are interconnected by paths so that the city's inhabitants can walk between them. This gave together with the 1915 construction of parks along the river Akerselva the inhabitants of Grünerlkka good access to green areas. Many parks were also used by the German Wehrmacht for baracks, parking equipment and workshops and so damaged the parks. Owing to fire regulations the building material was brick, and this is largely the area that today is inside Ring 2 (the bypass road 2). Huk on, bygdy, Katten and Hvervenbukta and areas on Malmya and Ulvya. A large area west of the park has been assigned allotment gardening from 1912. The argument giving priority to the eastern part was that it was the most crowded part of the city and was thus most in need of parks. Torshovparken was the first park laid out by Parkvesenet after a united plan for an area, Torshovbyen that was built by the municipality from 19171924. In 1901, park libraries were constructed in three parks, though the libraries in two of them were closed the same year as they opened.
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Clarification needed Various private persons and organisations had provided for this: Citizens in the organisation Selskabet for Christiania Byes Vel had constructed several parks. Hanshaugen park, the swan pond The area. The statue of Henrik Wergeland was unveiled in 1881. South of the height Riddervolds plass was laid out as a park in 1885. At the playground on Sophus Bugges plass there were concrete strongholds until 1953 and between the creek and Madserud all in Frognerparken there were baracks used by the. Inner city edit The table shows parks in the inner city of Oslo, 3 excluding the city center. 95 of the city's inhabitants have a park or an open green space within 300 meters of their home. The city park organisation (Parkvesenet) was established as an independent body, with Marius Rhne as the city gardener.