Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Wordless Wednesday - North Cape.


 If you zoom in the details of these monuments is in English on the right hand side in the above photo.
UPDATE.
I was asked if I had more details for the sculptures and found this on the Children of the World website,

Children of the World

The “Children of the World” sculpture was started in 1988 when author Simon Flem Devold randomly selected seven children from seven countries – Tanzania, Brazil, USA, Japan, Thailand, Italy and Russia — to visit the North Cape to dream of “Peace on Earth“.

During their seven day visit, each of the 8-to12-year-old children made a clay relief symbolizing friendship, hope, joy and working together. In 1989 the reliefs were enlarged, case in bronze and erected in a semi-circle outside the North Cape Hall.  A “Mother and Child “monument by sculptor Eva Rybakken points toward the seven disks.





I am joining Sandee at Comedy Plus for the blog hop.


21 comments:

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    1. It's a little hard to read - why were the 7 children gathered there?

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  2. Nice photos and I agree very interesting and unusual ;-)

    Have a capetastic week I added you to my linky 👍

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  3. It's fascinating, i could read it but i'd love to know more.

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  4. A monument for peace and who better to follow than the children. Beautiful.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday and rest of the week, Jackie. Big hug. ♥

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  5. That is so cool and amazing too.

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  6. Children and peace. It's a beautiful thought. If only.

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  7. We have never seen nor heard of this before.

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  8. It's beautiful and so unique. I'd love to go to Norway some day. Thank you.

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  9. Beautiful monument and impressive ideas about it.
    It's strange in a way that such a special monument is in a deserted place.
    At least I can not see something around.
    Thank you a lot, Jackie! Happy WW and a fabulous week!

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  10. Delightful post and photos ~ unique too ~ Xo

    wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days,

    A ShutterBug Explores ~
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  11. How unique! Thank you for sharing.

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  12. How beautiful and extraordinary!
    And such an impactive message too.

    Hugs and blessings, Jackie. 🌹

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  13. Interesting and meaningful sculptures.

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  14. WoW! Beautiful and so reflective. I love sculptures like this that contain so much meaning and are in such unique environments.

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  15. The text "Barn av Jorden" is my language, Swedish! Meaning "Children of the Earth" :)

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  16. Jackie I thought I remembered you and Ivor had a cruise set for October.
    I hope you are having a wonderful time.
    Hugs Cecilia

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  17. Well I never. This is wonderful to behold. Whhatever happened to those children I ask myself. Oooh, as I'm here, Jackie, I need to tell you you won my giveaway of the Shadow Order. Please email me with your address so I can post it to you.
    Purrs
    ERin

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