Vigeland Sculpture Park

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Tags : Garden & Park

Admission fee : Free

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Vigeland Sculpture Park, Oslo Overview

Located in Frogner Park, Vigeland Sculpture Park is one of the largest sculpture parks by a single artist, with more than 200 sculptures created by the renowned sculptor Gustav Vigeland. All the statues made from bronze, granite and iron represent human life and the cycle of emotions.

Some highlights include The Angry Boy, The Monolith, The Wheel of Life, The Bridge, and many others that are handcrafted from massive chunks of stone and bronze. In addition to the sculptures, the statues are surrounded by more than 1400 varieties of flowering plants and an alluring fountain that contributes significantly to the area's beauty. Some food stalls can also be spotted for some Danish delights.

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Opening Hours : 24 hours

Highlights : The Angry Boy,  The Monolith, The Wheel of life, The Bridge, Dancing Young Woman, Man Fighting Lizard etc.

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