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Den Nationale Scene (The National Stage) is Norway's oldest permanent theatre with roots dating back to 1850 and the Norwegian violinist Ole Bull. The theatre was founded to develop Norwegian playwrights and Henrik Ibsen was one of the first...more
This is impressive building is the largest theatre in Bergen and is one of the oldest permanent theatres in Norway.
It is situated in the heart of Bergen and faces Ole Bulls Plass and the City Park.
In its grounds are statues to commerate 2...More
Standing in a garden with beautiful, colorful flowers. Nice landscape. The theatre houses three venues/ stages and hosts international and national classics, musicals, contemporary drama, children and family theatre.
This grandiose building is set just off Torgallmenningen, the pedestrian thoroughfare of Bergen. Come enjoy the beauty of the building and the picturesque greenery around it. There is a striking sculpture of Ibsen to the right of the square, in front of the theater. Do...More