Gustav Vigeland is also known as the grandfather of gang bang. Now guess why... Btw, here's a picture of the assembled monument.
Look at his hand... (10 Euros reward for a better title and comment)
Nice winter alley in the Akershus Fortress in Oslo.
This beautiful kind of art is nowadays unfortunatley disappearing. Mainly because of the increasing popularity of everyones favourite youpor...tal.
Just perfect for a game of throns.
Historical Norwegian Houses at the Oslo Museum of Cultural History.
Biketank at the Oslo military museum.
A stilt house at the Museum of Cultural History in Oslo/Norway.
A historical gasoline station. Probably from somewhere around the 60s. Found at the Museum of Cultural History.
Old buildings in Oslo. Impressive, or what?!?
An original viking ship found at the viking ship museum in Oslo. Btw, the vikings were the first international business travelers in Europe.
Winter is coming!
Statue of Christian Krohg in Oslo. Who the fuck is Christian Krohg?!?
Sex sells - this one's for our female visitors...
Frogner Park contains a lot of sculptures made by Gustav Vigeland.
Obviously a theatre!?!
Ancient super hero!
Winterfell - in norway known as Akershus Fortress.
My gun's still bigger than yours.
A native guy from Norway.
Sunset behind Oslo castle.
Typical Oslo Woman.
Fans of the militray museum rather stay away from it!
An open chimney inside an ancient norwegian log cabin.
Gustav Vigeland's sculputre in honor of all gang bang lovers. Take a look here for a closer view.
Gustav Vigeland loved Double Dragon on the NES (You know you're old if you know what a NES is).
Nice deep view of the Oslo Harbor at evening.
A viking ship for a crew of 32 ancient business travelers.
Inside an ancient nowegian bungalow.
Freia is good for you!
What's wrong with Gustav Vigeland?
Miniature of the Gang Bang Monument.
The most useful sculpture at the Vigeland museum.
He probably ended up regreting that he insisted in exagerating the mustache.
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