This was the only "sight" of Oslo I'd heard of before going there. And it is quite a sight! Don't miss it, the statues will make you gape, scratch your head, smile...
It took three men 29 years to chip away at the granite for the monolith "Circle of Life", which goes from infancy to Old Age. There are 121 figures in the Circle of Life.
This park with its human sculptures is a must-see.In fact there are some difficulties of taking pictures because of the many tourists groups.
Great place ... amazing statues.
Must see ... even if you are not into art, I'm sure you will enjoy this ...
This large park is an open air museum commerating Norway's most famous sculpture Gustav Vigeland. The park features 212 of Vigeland's works including his most famous.
The star attraction of the park is the famous Monolith, an impressive 14m tall column with human figures carved out of a single piece of stone.
What really caught my eye about the statues is that they look very dynamic and convey as sense of freedom.
This amazing park was the workplace of the sculpture, Vigeland, and the works are made in bronze, iron and granite.
The best of Oslo and one of Norway's most popular attractions. Here you can spend hours wandering around the 192 sculptures made by Gustav Vigeland. A real treat. This is at Frogner Park.
The park contains 192 sculpures with more than 600 figure .all.modeled in Full size by Gustav Vigeland without the assistance of pupils or other artist.
'Vigelandsparken' with a lot of statues and figures from the artis Gustav Vigeland. A 'must see' in Oslo. It is also a nice park in the middle of Oslo, perfect for a relaxing walk.
Here you find a big park with a lot of nice sculptures.
In summer there is a lot of flowers in this park too. The fountains is also very nice!
Vigelands Park is a big park filled with artist Vigelands sculptures. Its worth a visit. I have more pictures in the vigelandsparken travelogue.
Vagelen park is a free park of statues. All the statues are made by one person(sorry, i forget his name), and made from stone and copper. It is just so beautiful and full of imagination!
Vigelandsparken/Frognerparken. Huge green areas with sculptures. You find it at Majorstuen, tram #12 or #15, or Metro #1 - #5