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This is a weird, weird place! I did not care for the sculptures at all, finding many of them ugly and some downright disturbing! My husband quite enjoyed it though, finding lots of humour in the works. The park was not at it's best in February but it was still pleasant…
We had a full day and a half in Oslo and being art lovers, we decided to visit this park. The park is big no doubt so it’s a bit of walk before you come to the first of the sculpture but the moment you come close to them, you immediately feel a connect. It for sure seems that…
We went and took loads of photographs. Some very interesting sculptures that made for some great pics. Park was virtually empty and it was a Saturday. Definitely worth a visit.
This park is full of statues from the artist Gustav Vigeland which are pretty weird featuring naked human figures such as a man juggling babies! Worth while spending some time just trying to understand what substance the artist was on when he came up with these ideas. Be aware…
The Vigeland Park, also known as Frogner Parken, is a nice place to take your family for some outdoor time. The park has more than 200 sculptures by Gustav Vigeland (1869–1943) in bronze, granite and cast iron, including The Angry Boy (Sinnataggen in Norwegian), The…