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Vigeland Sculpture Park, Frogner Park, Oslo, Norway
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Vigelandsparken, Vigeland Sculpture Park, Oslo is a part of Frogner Park. The park contains amazing fountains and sculptures created by Gustav Vigeland in a beautiful setting.  Vigeland (1869-1943) worked on the sculpture park from 1924 until his death in 1943.  Frogner Park is a "must-see" for all visitors to Oslo.

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