This is a far-away scenic spot in Oslo. It's only about 40 minutes from our hotel. The halfway is the palace, where you can rest your feet. Hundreds of statues, from a master's hand, took 20 years to do this thing, great enough. Here are sculptures, more reliefs. What kind of spiritual wealth does a short stay before a work or a long standing in front of the pillar of life and death shocked the heart? What kind of spiritual wealth does the master leave behind the endless thoughts of later generations? There are many visitors, many of them with the team. I can take the No. 12 tram by myself. We didn't buy a Japanese ticket today, so we went on a rampage, because Oslo is not big.
Oslo Viaglan Sculpture Park is located in the northwest of Oslo. The Park covers an area of nearly 50 hectares and is named after Norwegian sculptor Gustav Viaglan. There are 192 nude sculptures in the park. There are 650 figures in all the sculptures. All the sculptures were elaborately made from copper, iron or granite in more than 20 years. The central idea of all the sculptures in the park is to highlight one theme - human life and death. For example, the relief sculptures on the four walls of fountains reflect the whole process of life from the birth of infants, through childhood, adolescence, youth, adulthood, old age to death. The park is very large and beautiful with many sculptures. It's a huge project. The first picture is the statue of Viagrand, and the last one is the most famous one, the angry child.
The famous Norwegian sculptor Wiegrand takes the sculpture from life to death as the main body. The sculpture group of the park is composed of four parts: the bridge of life, the spring of life, the pillar of life and the wheel of life. Most of the works are nude, made of stone and copper. It covers 80 hectares with 192 statues and 650 reliefs. It is the largest sculpture park in the world.
The Vigland Statue Park is a place that Oslo has to visit when it comes to tourism. The area of the park is very, very large. I have a preliminary look at the sculptures here. There are at least two hundred. One of the famous fountains is the Tree of Life, which is absolutely shocking after watching. In addition, there are a large number of statues, which fully reflect the strong beauty of men and the weak beauty of women. It's worth visiting here.
In Oslo, the capital of Norway, 212 works of art depicting life posture in the Wigland Sculpture Park are regarded as art treasures. Passing through the ski town of Gallo, Jinyan's alpine snow scenery, against the pure blue sky, waterfalls, streams, gorges, water color, enjoy the beautiful scenery of the gorges surrounded by mountains and glaciers, is a happy moment of life.
It is the theme park of the sculpture, named after Norwegian sculptor Gustav Viaglan. It took him more than 20 years to complete it. Significantly, the park is composed of five thematic areas: the main entrance, the bridge of life, the spring of life, the pillar of life and the wheel of life. They are arranged in sequence along the central axis of the park, echoing each other, delicately conceived and self-contained. As for personal perception, there are different opinions among different people, and wise people have different opinions. It's amazing to have the wisdom and artistic attainment to design a pattern of this size and to detail every statue.
Viagra Sculpture Park is located in the northwest of Oslo. The Park covers an area of nearly 50 hectares, named after Norwegian sculptor Gustav & _Viaglan. There are 192 nude sculptures in the park. All the statues are elaborately made of copper, iron or granite for more than 20 years. The most famous one is the angry children (the last one).
In this 50-hectare park, 192 nude sculptures and 650 figure sculptures fully record the true situation of infants from birth, through childhood, adolescence, youth, adulthood, old age, to death. Looking at each statue carefully, everyone can find his own trace here and understand the mystery of life from it.
Viagrand Sculpture Park is located in the northwest of Oslo, capital of Norway. Named after Norwegian sculptor Gustav Viaglan. There are 192 nude sculptures in the park. There are 650 figures in all the sculptures, which took more than 20 years to elaborate. All the statues do not explain, they really reflect the whole process of life from childhood to old, and make people think freely. The park is free of charge. The environment and greening inside are very beautiful. Many local people take a vacation here and walk their dogs and dolls. They are quite comfortable.