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All reviews oldest building romanesque style no photos allowed existing building twin towers carved pulpit grave sites altar piece altar area flash photography nice carvings in great shape small fee admission fee medieval times worth a visit middle ages
Too bad it was closed when we tried to visit. We read it was renovated but it will have to be our next trip to bergen to try to see it. No explanation why it was closed, probably as we entered October already, and October...More
We came here last year but there was a wedding going on so we could not see inside. This year, no wedding! The Mariankirke is a 12th century church and has a 15th century carved altarpiece and a pulpit with statues of the virtues. We...More
The church was very beautiful. We loved spending a little time here in prayer. They have some small items for sale and a pamphlet with the history of the church in it. The staff was very kind and informative as well.
Little to see, no information provided, and they charge admission. Save your time and trouble, and skip the inside of this church. Happily, our Bryggen Museum walking tour guide gave us a brief history of the church from the outside; that was perfect!
This old church is a nice, peaceful place in the town. Shows the importance that the city had in history. In these days where you have almost not been at a place without at selfie taken, it is a bit peculiar, that it is forbidden...More
We paid $75 NOK per person for a 25 minute guided tour in English. Well worth the price. We learned so much about the church's history, including the art and wood carvings. The alter piece is amazing. There is so much detail we would have...More