Frogner Park, Oslo

On the premises of XVIII-century Frogner Mansion in the capital of Norway, a eighty acres park stretches across. Inside, you can find an outdoor museum of Gustav Vigeland, who dedicated all his works to the city. Vigelandsanlegget features various sculputeres about the universal theme of human life. And some of them are, to put it mildly, weird. At least that's what I call weird.


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