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Products grown far north growing under unique lighting conditions, gives the ingredients a special character. Norway is a pure region with fisheries, green pastures, small farms, and a modern meat and dairy industry, dominated by beautiful fjords, mountains, and untouched nature. Norway has a long coastline with excellent sea food.

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The Frogner park with the Vigeland sculpture park is a large green area about 10 minutes by subway from the city center. In addition to being a nice green recreational area, it is also decorated with hundreds of sculptures by the Norwegian artist Gustav Vigeland. There is also the Vigeland Museum.

The Vigeland Park covers an area of 80 acres. The 212 sculptures are all modelled in full size by Gustav Vigeland. He also designed the architectural setting and the layout of the grounds. The sculptures are placed on an 850 metre long axis divided into 5 main units: Main Entrance, The Bridge with the children´s playground, The Fountain, The Monolith Plateau and The Wheel of Life.

Vigeland modelled all his sculptures in full size without any assistance of pupils or other artists. The carving in stone and the casting in bronze were left to a number of talented craftsmen. Vigeland also designed the architectural setting and the layout of the grounds with their far stretching lawns and long straight avenues bordered with maple trees. The construction of the park lasted for a number of years. The area east of the two Frogner ponds had already by the turn of the century been opened to the public.

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Ekebergparken or (Ekeberg Park) is a gift from Christian Ringnes to Oslo. Ekebergparken is a sculpture and national Heritage park for the people of Oslo and visitors looking for a unique experience. Visitors to the park are offered a unique art experience in close proximity with Ekeberg´s rich natural landscape and diverse cultural history. The landscape in the background on the "Scream" by Edvard Munch is the Oslofjord, viewed from Ekeberg, close to Ekebergparken.

Ekebergparken is a adventure center with nature, views and art. We find a bunch of heavies from contemporary art. Sculptures by well known artists such as Sean Henry, Maillol, Rodin, Renoir, Richard Hudson, James Turrell, Dan Graham and Louise Bourgeois. Karlsborg Spiseforretning offers high quality culinary experiences either in the beautiful Swiss-style villa from 1863 or al fresco in the park.

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The Holmenkollen Ski Jump, wich comprises the Ski Jump Tower with its panoramic views over Oslo, the worlds oldest ski museum and a ski simulator where you can feel for yourself what it´s like to jump at Holmenkollen. From the ski jump tower, 60 meters above the ground and 417 meters above the sea level, you can experience a breathtaking view of Oslo and the fjord below.

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Kollensvevet is a zipline which takes you from the very top of the Holmenkollen jumping tower to the bottom as if you were jumping on skis. From the top of this landmark you can now set off and enjoy the same view and sensation of speed as the ski jumpers do! The linet itself is 361 meters / 1 185 feet and the difference in altitude is 107 meters / 351 feet. The view is the best in Oslo and the fjord below.