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Vigeland Sculpture Park, Oslo

One extremely bright and sunny day I headed out to the Vigeland Sculpture Park, the world’s largest sculpture park made by a single artist. Gustav Vigeland was an important Norwegian sculptor and the designer of the Nobel Peace Prize medal. 278 more words

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The Fram Museum, Oslo

I’d heard good things about the Fram Museum so it was one of the museums I definitely wanted to visit. The highlight is of course the Fram itself – which among other voyages lead Roald Amundsen to become the first person to reach the South Pole. 201 more words

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Not So Ordinary

Let’s talk about ordinary: what is ordinary to us?
The most likely answer would be: everything. Everything is ordinary, since we steadily are bombarded by informations shots, coming from TV, newscasts, blogs and social networks. 463 more words

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Sundvollen Sunset

From last night about an hours drive west of Oslo.

Photo by Clay Myers-Bowman, 2016. All rights reserved.


The Viking Ship Museum, Oslo

The Viking Ship museum was, as I’d suspected, a fairly small museum given the large crowds it attracts. It does however contain the world’s best preserved┬áViking ship that makes quite an impressive spectacle on entering the building. 203 more words

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The Norwegian Folk Museum, Oslo

The Norwegian Folk Museum showcases life in Norway from 1500 to the present. Although I was aware that this is largely an open air museum with historic buildings that have been relocated here (160) I was struck by how vast the place is and the amount of information on display. 304 more words

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My Mer-Freind

My Mer-freind

by Adrian Spendlow (for Nina)