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  • Frogner Park, Olso, Norway

    Frogner Park, Olso, Norway
    The Frogner Park is a public park located in the Norwegian capital of Oslo. It is the world’s largest sculpture park by a single artist . This park is famous for it’s 212 bronze and granite sculptures created by Gustav Vigeland.
  • A Tourist's Guide to Oslo

    A Tourist's Guide to Oslo
    A brilliant sculpture on every street and mind-blowing museums make Oslo a beautiful and historic city to visit. However, how do you afford to see everything that Oslo has to offer, in the most expensive city in the world? Put together by an impoverished student, this guide proves that you can experience the wonders of Oslo without stretching your wallet. Behold the wonders of the Norwegian capital.
  • Norsk Folkemuseum, Oslo - Travel Back in Time

    Norsk Folkemuseum, Oslo - Travel Back in Time
    I never knew that traveling back in time would be so easy, and so interesting! Folkemuseum in Oslo is an open air museum that hosts many activities and a varied programs during the summer months. It's especially great destination to spend a day with your family.
  • Vigeland's sculptures in Frognerparken

    Vigeland's sculptures in Frognerparken
    There are lots of cities with green parks in the center, but there is no one like Vigeland’s Park. What makes it special is that is full of sculptures of children, women, men and elder: that’s life.
  • Vigeland Sculpture Park, Oslo

    Vigeland Sculpture Park, Oslo
    The Vigeland Sculpture Park of Oslo covers an area of 75 acres. More than 200 sculptures are all modeled in full size by Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland. The Vigeland Park is the world's largest sculpture park made by a single artist, and is open to visitors all year long.
  • Maihaugen: Do You Like Open-Air Museums?

    Maihaugen: Do You Like Open-Air Museums?
    Maihaugen is one of Northern Europe’s largest open-air museums, and it is really worth visiting it! Maihaugen is a large open air museum in Lillehammer, Norway separated into several parts: e town, which illustrates life between World war one and two in an norvegian inland town...
  • フログナー公園 Olso, Norway

    フログナー公園 Olso, Norway
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    フログナー公園はノルウェーの首都オスロにある公立の公園で、一人の彫刻家の作品を集めたもののなかでは世界で一番大き公園になります。グスタフ・ヴィーゲランの手による212ものブロンズと御影石でできた彫刻が展示されています。
  • Un parque lleno de esculturas de Vigeland en Oslo

    Un parque lleno de esculturas de Vigeland en Oslo
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    El Parque de Esculturas de Vigeland, en Oslo, tiene una extensión de 75 acres y más de 200 esculturas de tamaño natural, todas realizadas por el escultor noruego Gustav Vigeland. Es el parque de esculturas creadas por un solo artista más grande del mundo y se puede visitar durante todo el año.
  • Die Vigeland Skulpturen

    Die Vigeland Skulpturen
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Es gibt viele Städte mit einem grünen Park in der Mitte, aber keiner von ihnen ist wie der Vigelandpark. Das Besondere an ihm sind die vielen Skulpturen von Kindern, Frauen, Männern und Älteren: Das ist das Leben!
  • Parque Frogner, Olso, Noruega

    Parque Frogner, Olso, Noruega
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    El parque Frogner es un parque público localizado en la capital noruega de Oslo. Es el parque de esculturas de un mismo artista más grande del mundo. Este parque es famoso por sus 212 esculturas de bronce y granito creadas por Gustav Vigeland.
  • Norsk Folkemuseum, Oslo - Un viaje en el tiempo

    Norsk Folkemuseum, Oslo - Un viaje en el tiempo
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    No sabía que viajar hacia atrás en el tiempo podía ser tan fácil y tan interesante. El Folkemuseum de Oslo es un museo al aire libre con un montón de actividades y una programación muy variada durante los meses de verano. Es un destino fantástico para pasar un día con la familia.

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