The Vigeland Park is the world’s largest sculpture park made by a single artist Gustav Vigeland. It is one of the premier Oslo tourism attractions with 212 bronze and granite sculptures dedicated to the human form.
The collection, dubbed “The Weirdest Statues in the World” by The Daily Mail, includes everything from a woman embracing a giant lizard to a naked man fighting flying babies. The sculptures represent humans in everyday situations, such as walking, sitting, holding hands to highly abstract works.
Gustav Vigeland worked over a period of almost 20 years, from 1924 to 1943, and donated his sculptures to the city of Oslo.