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This early 12-century church is a wonderful example of Romanesque architecture.
Dreggen 15, Bergen, Norway
+47 55 31 59 60
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Reviewed yesterday

Not a bad place to visit is you have time. Ordinary Lutheran church with no special features or distinitive attraction.

Thank jacy2
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

It costs about about $12 to get in to this church and no photos are allowed. Presumably money goes to it's upkeep and it is very interesting inside.

Thank Bill S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Oldest church in Bergen,only a couple blocks from the wharf and easy to find. Has guide leaflets in English which was good. We wish they would have let us take some pictures, but they said no even without a flash. But, definitely worth a visit...More

2  Thank FRANCIS P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Oldest building in Bergen made of stone which meant it survived the fires that destroyed the wharf close by. Charge to get inside and no photos allowed. However impressive because of history and boats from the ceiling. Also had a number of very old grave...More

1  Thank Troonie1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

walked to this on a day walk through Bergen. Did not go inside, just walked around the outside. I enjoyed seeing the very old headstones.

1  Thank kansaskayaker
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It never ceases to amaze me that Norway can have 1,000 year old buildings and the US can't seem to keep almost any buildings in repair for even 300 years. Churches like this are awe-inspiring and educational. One criticism is that they don't allow photos....More

1  Thank HowlnBubba
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My wife and I walked over from our cruise ship dock and easily found the church. It has gone thru a recent renovation and given its age is in great shape. There is a fee to get in and no discount for seniors but the...More

1  Thank flwildman
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Oldest buidling in Bergen, right in centre of town, so easy to find. Has guide leaflets in English which was good. Sadly you couldn't take photos at all (not even without flash) which was disappointing. Definitely worth a visit.

1  Thank Chris S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We toured the grounds and enjoyed our visit to this wonderful old Lutheran Church. We did not pay the fee to enter, as we were heading to tour other parts of the city. However, as a visiting Lutheran, it was a great opportunity for some...More

1  Thank Dave B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is a Lutheran Church although it host's the Anglican Church as well made of stone in round the 12th century it could not be buried down like a lot of rest of Bergan homes then made of wood. The church has an enter charge...More

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6 July 2016|
Response from Bente R |
I dont know which particular concert you refer to, but the organ is of excellent quality, so ant concert should be fine.
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