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Vigelandparken in Oslo

June 27th, 2007 | Posted by Niels Klintø in Travel

Some of our time in Oslo on Sunday we spend in Vigelandparken, which is a large sculpture park in central Oslo containing the art works of the famous sculptor Gustav Vigeland (1869-1943) – the work of Gustav Vigeland is amazing and I spend some time wandering around the sculptures wondering about his mood when he made them…

The “entrace”
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The bridge of sculptures
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Father and child playing – or will he just drop the child?
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The huge fountain in Vigelandparken
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The Monolith
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And the famous ‘angry child’
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