Frogner Park - one of the most famous sites in Oslo. Here are the famous Vigeland Sculpture Park, named in honor of the author - the famous sculptor Norway - Gustav Vigeland. It covers an area of thirty hectares and contains 227 sculptural groups, representing a rich range of human relationships that accompany the person throughout life. The theme of the park are the "human condition". Most of the statues depict people who are depicted in various activities such as running, wrestling, dancing, hugging. Each of the statues conveys a certain set of emotions, human relations. In granite, iron and bronze sculptor was able to express his childhood and youth, love, friendship, motherhood, joy, sadness, withering, sickness, death, and more.. On the creation of sculptures by Gustav Vigeland spent almost 40 years of life. Park topped with statues and sculptures from 1907 to 1942. The most famous sculpture park - monolith "The desire of humankind for a better future", which is a 16-meter high tower weighing 270 tons, carved out of solid rock. Three stonecutter worked on its development for fourteen years. The sculpture represents the intertwining of rising to the heavens human bodies.. Among the other attractions of the park should be allocated Main Gate, the Wheel of Life, Sundial, a fountain, and a children's playground.. In the southern part of the park are two museums - the Vigeland Museum, where you can see the other sculptures as well as drawings of the master, and the Museum of the City of Oslo..