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Vebjørn Sand pays an artistic Tribute to the Women Resistance Fighters

The Editor Oslo TV
June 25, 2022

Pastor Jan-Aage Torp is back at Vebjørn Sand´s greatest artistic project, which he has created together with his brother Eimund Sand - the sculpturer, author and geometrician - and the musician Martin Romberg, Eimund og Vebjørn. Together they are the leadership team.

Vebjørn Sand is a world-class painter and artist who is appreciated as a modern-day Leonardo da Vinci.

Vebjørn takes Jan-Aage on a walk through the artistic works at the Rose Castle with a focus pn the women who played a pivotal role in the resistance movement in Norway against the Nazi ideology.

The Rose Castle is the size of 1 1/2 football fields, an outdoor arena that stands out in the beautiful Oslo scenery - five symbols of gold that can be seen from downtown Oslo - and includes more than 200 unique artworks, highlighting the Norwegian Resistance Movement against the Nazi Occupation; the Soviet and Norwegian prisoners of war under Nazism; and the witnesses of the Holocaust against six million Jews, during World War II.

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