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Bergen, Norway
Bryggen - The Bryggen, UNESCO World Heritage Site
Bryggen - Structural members on Bryggen residence
Bryggen - The old Hanseatic warehouses
Bryggen - the Bryggen
Bryggen - Wooden Architecture of the Bryggen

Bryggen Bergen Reviews

rcpilgrim rcpilgrim
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Hanseatic Bergen May 19, 2012
The Bryggen is a great UNESCO World Heritage sight in Bergen, Norway. The buildings are somewhat dilapidated but are still in use and are currently being strengthened and fortified. They house restaurants and shops these days but in older times they were the mercantile shops and warehouses for the Hanseatic League. They are brightly painted, and have some really interesting structural members, all wood, and the only surviving section left unscathed by any of Bergen's several fires over history.
The Bryggen, UNESCO World Heritage…
Wooden Architecture of the Bryggen
the Bryggen
The old Hanseatic warehouses
rcpilgrim says:
Going back today!
Posted on: Jun 01, 2012
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