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Vigeland Park, Oslo

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Walk around Vigeland Park admiring the life work of Gustav Vigeland, Norwegian designer of this park that attracts more than a million annual visitors. Start at the fountain and work your way around more than 200 sculptures chiseled in granite and cast in bronze and iron. Among the statues representing all the stages of the human life cycle, look for the famous sculpture of an angry boy and the granite monolith with 121 figures symbolizing different emotions. See Vigeland Park and all Oslo has to offer by arranging your trip with our Oslo trip itinerary website.
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  • This was one of the highlights of a 3+ week trip across Scandinavia. The park was loaded with roses and scores of sculptures by Vigeland who dedicated his life to the city and this park. The... 
    This was one of the highlights of a 3+ week trip across Scandinavia. The park was loaded with roses and scores of sculptures by Vigeland who dedicated his life to the city and this park. The...  more »
  • We had the park almost to ourselves and were overwhelmed by the scale of the landscape design and integration of SO many statues! This was our favorite place in the city! 
    We had the park almost to ourselves and were overwhelmed by the scale of the landscape design and integration of SO many statues! This was our favorite place in the city!  more »
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  • It's a sculptured park in Oslo,Norway. It's world largest sculptured park by single artist. More than 200 sculpture made by caste iron,granite and bronze. Super amazing work by artist .All sculpture shows about human life cycle and emotions.Its a fabulous and so very fascinating public place in Oslo.Must visit place.
  • A must see when in Oslo. Definitely helps to have a tour guide to explain the creation of the park, its history and the uniqueness of what you are viewing. Allow at least one hour, this is all outside-open air. Not an event for a rainy day.

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