Frognerparken is with an area of 45 hectares the largest park in Oslo. It is located a few km northwest of the centre of Oslo. The main reason to visit the Frogner park is the Vigeland installation, a large complex of statues mostly of naked people created by Gustav Vigeland, a Norwegian sculptor, between 1924 and his death in 1943. Besides the statues there are also bridges, platforms and fountains. The monolith is a 14 metres tall pillar with 121 human fugures sculpted on its sides.
01 Flower beds 02 Pond 03 Frogner park
04 Bronze statues 05 Bronze statues 06 Frogner park 07 Bronze statues 08 Dahlia flower
09 Vigelandsanlegget 10 Vigeland fountain 11 Vigeland fountain 12 Vigelandsanlegget 13 Ornamental gate
14 Monolith statues complex 15 Monolith statues complex 16 Monolith statues 17 Monolith statues 18 Monolith statues
19 Monolith column 20 Vigelandsanlegget 21 Sunflower 22 Sunflower 23 Sunflower
24 Frogner park 25 Frogner park 26 Frogner park 27 Frogner park 28 Pond
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