On your way out from Akerhaus Fortress and before arriving at Frogner Park, you get to see a fair bit of Oslo. If you are travelling in a coach, sit near the windows and stick your head so close there to see "Karl Johan's Gate" street and whatever that comes along the way.
Frogner Park - the biggest park in the central parts of Oslo, world's largest sculpture park by a single artist, renowned as one of the must visit and packed crazily with people from all walks of life. Walking in, we admired the sculptures on both sides of the long bridge, simultaneously took pictures. whereas the park by itself with the largest collection of roses and numerous species of plants is breathtaking as well.
Once you walk further in, you must admire Vigeland's sculptures/statues - art it is the different expressions, styles and sizes of statues. Truly revealing human nature back to Adam and Eve's era, supposedly an an eye opener for those who are not open minded but as said, if you look from the perspective of master pieces, you will know what I mean, especially the 46ft Monolith, made-up of 121 human figures rising to the sky and carved from a single piece of granite, certainly the central attraction at the highest peak.
Finally, after at least 2 hours, we were at back to the exit to depart to Noble Peace Center, thereafter lunch nearby.
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