Emanuel Vigeland Museum In Oslo

Open to the public for a couple of hours every Sunday, the Emanuel Vigeland Museum is among Oslo’s best kept secrets. While this building was originally meant for Gustav Vigeland’s artworks, it was later converted into a mausoleum. There are no windows in this 800 sq metres. fresco and looming large is painted of the various stages of human life, from birth to death.

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