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We are very happy to present this beautiful classical summer house to our visitors. In the 1700s, Bergen was a large, busy and rich city. The city’s upper classes adopted trends from the continent and established elaborate, aristocratic homes in the...more
Possibly the best preserved wooden building from 18th-century Europe, in rococo style rarely seen in wood, this charming manor house tops my list of places to visit in Bergen. Only four stops on the bus, it's easy to get to and has a small cafe...More
Well worth the visit to a classic home in Bergen. Only opened in the summer season, they give tours in Norwegian and English. Interesting to see how they displayed the wallpaper used in the home over the years. The small garden on the outside is...More
This building from the 17 th century was rebuilt around 1770 in rococco style for a norwegian noble man with dutch roots called Gyldenkrantz. At his death in 1795 the house was actioned away to one of the riches man in norway called Jansson. His...More