Going to Europe, there are interesting activities to do from eating to sightseeing, and even going to a museum. Sometimes people tend to forget putting in icon or special parks, which would be sculptures for Europe. Here are two sculpture parks every individual should go to if they visit Europe according to The Guardian.
1. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark
Founded in 1958, the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark has landscaped laws and stunning views of Øresund Sound. At first, they wanted to use it as a hub but decided to include outstanding works from well-known international artists. The museum has more than 60 sculptures, and includes a shop with products representing the best Scandinavian designs.
2. Skulptur Pilane, Gothenburg, Sweden
They describe the sculpture as a giant white marble head, standing atop a rocky plateau. There are contemporary works by international artists to punctuate the stone circles and grazing sheep. Every person needs to bring boots as it’s not a place with trails, and involves a bit of climbing to look at the speculator sculpture.