Stavanger Cathedral:
Norway's oldest cathedral - finished around 1150 AC

Broken Column in Stavanger

The artwork is made by Antony Gormley, a London-based sculptor also known for "Another Place". It took 4 years to decide whether or not to place the figures in Stavanger. The project is financed by the Municipality of Stavanger, Stavanger Art Society and Rogaland Art Museum. Each sculpture is fitted 1.95 meters lower than the previous. The first iron man is placed at the Art museum some 40 meters above sea level. The last sculpture is found in the sea just outside of Natvigs Minde downtown Stavanger.

Broken Column sculpture outside of the Cathedral


Here is another great link to Broken Column with more pictures of the statues:

Gard Karlsens Broken Column




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23 iron sculptures, all 1.95 meters tall, have been placed in and around Stavanger's City Center. Some have been erected outdoors and some inside shops, schools and even a private home.

 Here is a great map of the sculptures provided by Stavanger-guide

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