The Washigton Post take on Gustav Vigeland Sculpture Park- a must-see when in Oslo
A collection of more than 200 granite or bronze human figures set within Oslo’s 80-acre Frogner Park is a complete must-have stop when touring Oslo.
Whether you are touring the charming Norwegian capital set by the scenic Oslo fjord DIY- style on your own, or have left the planing to local tour experts to give you a fulfilling grand tour- Gustav Vigeland´s Sculpture Park is a place not to miss.
Norwegians have said the Vigeland statues express love, anxiousness, anger and trust — all from stone.
Along with more than 200 granite or bronze human figures set within the 80-acre Frogner Park, Vigeland created also several public monuments across Scandinavia and designed the medal for the Nobel Peace Prize, which is awarded in Norway.
Here is The Washington Post take on this outstanding park with a celestial atmosphere:
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