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... is so intensely green and beautiful, I was surprised to see the collection of grey rocks and ice when we got to the top of the mountain. Although the summer skiing season only typically opens at the end of August there was still a fair amount of snow and ice around the tops of the mountain with a few glaciers around in the distance. Although we had all been keen to walk up to the cabin at the top of Galdhopiggen, the weather was a little cloudy and rainy so we had only ...
It was so bright this morning that one of our tour members woke up everyone in their dorm carrying on about missing the bus, until someone pointed out that it was in fact half past four. We were headed still further north, to the town of Olderfjord. On our way we stopped at a cool lookout point and took some photos at a sign post. After dinner we rugged up and hopped onto a ...
Went to the park with all the statues by ... They were amazing and the big one.... I had recognized from before was so tall and detailed. The thought process behind the statues was as you walked through the aisle of bodies to start with babies and youth, slowly they grew up and became more independent and then there were statues of love, adults and elderly. His message was that all people are different and unique individuals is good for society... (don't quote me on that). ...
Being gluttons for punishment we finished the day at the National Folk Museum. They have reconstructions or actual buildings from various eras and parts of Norway. The farming section went into far too much detail, as far as this observer is concerned, about how farm buildings varied in Norway throughout the ages. When you've seen one barn with grass on its roof, you've seen them all. The town buildings were more interesting, although the 50s 60s and 70s houses and ...
... carvings were most impressive and detailed. Though we'd never heard of Vigeland, a local sculptor, that is probably because ALL of his work is here. He brokered a deal with the local government to give the city all of his sculptures if they would build a park to his specifications to display them. The park is HUGE and contains about 200 sculptures of people in granite and bronze. He even designed the gates, walkways and gardens. ...
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