On a visit to Bergen you definitely cannot miss out on the must see places. The significance of these must see places are that they stand as a symbol for Bergen. These places are what Bergen is all about. These must see places in Bergen will stay as cherishing memories of the city forever in your heart.
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Dreggsallmenningen 3, 5835 Bergen, Norway
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
The Bryggens Museum makes for an excellent foray into the museums of Bergen. One of the primary reasons the Bryggens Museums should be one of the first you visit is due to its location. The Bryggens Museum is the site of Bergen’s first settlement.While laying down the foundations for the Bryggens Museum, foundations of an 800 year old buildin...
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Fantoftvegen 38, 5072 Bergen, Norway
10:30 am - 06:00 pm
During the Middle Ages, Norway had the monopoly on wooden stave churches- from the original 750 they had, 30 are standing today. Stave Churches are architecturally distinct with their dragon heads, carved doorways and vertical planks. The best church with this kind of architecture is the Fantoft Stavkirke. Located in the south of Bergen, the origin...
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Rasmus Meyers allé 3, Downtown, Bergen, 5015
11:00 am - 05:00 pm
One of the most prominent establishments of Bergen and a must see for everyone passing by or stopping at Bergen, the Bergen Kunst or Art Museum is among the largest museums of Norway. Given the constant expansion the museum undergoes, there’s no telling whether or not you’ll recognize the museum when you visit for the second time.
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St. George's Hospital, Kong Oscars gt. 59, Downtown, Bergen, 5017
11:00 am - 03:00 pm
One of the deadliest diseases to ever hit the world, the stigma and the spread of leprosy is known to one and all. People diagnosed with leprosy were subject to humiliation and were considered as outcasts and thereby banished from their community. St. George’s hospital in Bergen was home to many a lepers during the disease’s peak.