Situated in the Royal Fort Gardens, Hollow is a small structure resembling that of a pixelated tree stump. Meant to be viewed both externally and internally, there is a thin doorway on one of the sides so you can enter the world Katie Paterson has painstakingly crafted out of 10,000 different tree species, some of which are extinct or fossilized.
Park Güell in Barcelona, Spain
Created by Antoni Gaudí, Park Güell was originally intended to be a part of civic complex before becoming a public park in 1914. The structures crafted by Gaudí mimic the organic shapes found in nature but with the loud distinctive colors and twists typical of the architect. Wander the grounds and marvel at the mosaic houses, market, and sculpture work throughout the park.
The East Side Gallery in Berlin, Germany
Since 1989, the remains of the Berlin Wall has transformed into a memorial for freedom - and freedom of expression. Spanning 1.3 kilometers, the gallery hosts more than 100 paintings and works created by international and local artists. Mostly politically driven statements, the East Side Gallery is an artistic reaction to the falling of the wall. Enjoy the gallery on foot, bike, or segway.
The Westersingel Sculpture Route in Rotterdam, Netherlands
Running down Rotterdam’s main Westersingel canal, the Westersingel Sculpture Route features 17 unique works. Created by international artists the collection ranges from charmingly unique to outright controversial. Take a walk down the canal from Chinatown to the Museum Quarter if you want to leave the most shocking for last.
Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo, Norway
One of Norway’s most popular tourist attractions, the park is the largest public sculpture park in the world. Created by Gustav Vigeland, there are more than 200 pieces crafted in iron, granite, and bronze by the master sculptor. The sculptures mainly depict human life ranging from temper tantrums to dancers; the park took nearly a decade to finish starting in 1939.