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The Harbour explosion occurred in Bergen, Norway on 20 April 1944.
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Worth it if you get in free with a Bergen card. Otherwise it would seem very expensive
simple piece of history in Bergen. walks you back to the middle ages of Bergen
For 90NOK expensive visit to look at a number of rooms set up with tables and chairs, obviously hired out as a function venue. Then the main attraction the hall and high ceilings all rebuilt after WWII. Unless you have nothing else to do i wouldn't bother visiting inside.
The very heart of Bergen. An interesting place to see.
Nothing better than eating in a Viking castle.
Nice, but currently under construction as of may, 2018. so only parts can be seen. But still IMO the most beautiful parts can still be seen
Nice place but it’s under reconstruction now
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