This place was a huge surprise. I was brought here by my father and I had no idea what to expect! When you get on the inside of the mausoleum, it is dark as in a coffin. The echo from the heavy entrance door bounces in the walls. Little by little, when your eyes gets used to the dark, you start recognizing the mural in the ceiling and on the walls around you. Emanuel, simular to his more famous brother Gustav Vigeland, has also captured the circle of life in his art work and after walking around in the dark you get to see new details the more you look. It’s a beautiful piece, dark in many more ways than just the lack of light. It is a bit far away from the touristic route, but you will get an experience very different from what you’ve ever seen before. Notice that it’s only open between 12.00-16.00 on Sundays!
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