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St. Mary Church is the oldest building in Bergen. The church is from the first half of the 12th century, and one of the most outstanding Romanesque churches in Norway.
Stave Church originally built in Fortun in Sogn in 1150.
Bergen Cathedral, a church with a long and turbulent history.
There are only 28 stave churches left in all of Norway. These churches take their names from the distinctive building technique using vertical staves.
Fana Church (Fana Kirke)

Fana Church

Stone Church built in the middle of the 12th century.
St John's Church in Bergen was built in 1894. It is one of the finest neo-Gothic churches in Norway. Organ recitals frequently.
Bergen Collection of the History of Medicine.
Ruins of the St. Catherine Church and St. Catherine Hospital
The history of the Church of the Cross goes back to 1181 when the Holy Church of the Cross was first erected. The name has no connection with... Read more...

Nykirken Bergen

Style of the early 18th century.
The church forms part of the old leprosy hospital buildings.
At the Bergen Museum Cultural History Department you will see the famous exhibition: Church art in Norway 1100-1750. Also cultural and historical material...
Dear Sirs, I am in Bergen at this moment I would like information about the time of opening and close of: Hanseatic Museum Arboretum Gardens of the King´s House Is it possible to see a STAVKIRKE in Bergen? Thank you Vicky K. Hi You may also visit...
Built between 1271-77, still in use with services every Sunday.
More & Romsdal County - treasures high and low in Fjord norway

Church of Ulvik

Decorated with the traditional rose painting in 1923.
The parish of St. Paul covers all of Bergen and most of Hordaland.

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Bergen has the world’s largest and finest gingerbread town. Kindergartens, schools, businesses and thousands of individuals have contributed every year since Christmas in 1991.