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I don't actually know the meaning of the art piece, anyhow it is nice to see, to reach it you have to walk in a nice old district, so you can have a nice walk at the sea side, relax, read a book on a...More
If you like sculpture and are in to the Works of Anthony Gormley Havmannen is a must! The art piece is self is Worth a stop over in Mo i Rana. As an art work the sculpture is compleet. It is so Integrated with nature,...More
The waterfront in Mo i Rana is a nice place to walk. On the path alongside the shore, from Havmannen to Moholmen there is an interesting text about this mining town. In nice weather you can enjoy the sun on the sunbeds made of concrete....More
Havmannen ("The Man from the Sea") is a granite stone sculpture by Antony Gormley located in the city of Mo i Rana, which is referred to in Norway as "Polarsirkelbyen" ("Arctic Circle City"). The sculpture is 11 metres (36 ft) tall and weighs 60 tonnes!...More
Havmannen is a 60 ton granite sculpture of a man standing in the Rana harbour and looking towards the coast.
He may be looking towarda his former country, expecting his loved ones to arrive. Or what-ever. Sea-gulls at least find him an excellent place to...More