Bergen (Norway)

Bergen (Azeri, Dutch, German, Finnish, Norwegian, Romanian, Swedish, Turkish), Bergena (Latvian), Bergenas (Lithuanian), Björgvin (Icelandic), Bjørgvin (former old norse name)

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  • Bergen School of Architecture — or BAS ( no. Bergen Arkitekt Skole) is a private and academically independent architecture school located in Bergen, Norway. BAS offers master programs in Architecture, Landscape oriented Architecture and a post graduate program for architects on …   Wikipedia

  • Bergen Handelsgymnasium — is an upper secondary school in Bergen, Norway. Established in 1904, [ [http://bhg.hfk.no/templates/Page.aspx?id=2626 Official homepage] ] it is one of the oldest gymnasia in the country. Its architect was Jens Zetlitz Monrad Kielland, [… …   Wikipedia

  • Bergen University College — (Norwegian: Høgskolen i Bergen or HiB ) is a state institution of higher education, established in August 1994 by the merging of six former independent colleges in Bergen, Norway. The College is organised in 3 faculties:*Faculty of Education… …   Wikipedia

  • Bergen International Festival — Bergen International Festival, or Festspillene i Bergen In Norwegian, is an annual international music and cultural festival located in Bergen, Norway. The festival is the largest in the Nordic countries in its genre and has a large number of… …   Wikipedia

  • Bergen Port — is an international seaport located in the centre of Bergen, Norway operated by Bergen Port Authority. Port locations are featured along most of the two bays in Bergen, Vågen and Puddefjorden. The port is connected to the railway Bergensbanen. In …   Wikipedia

  • Bergen Storsenter — is the largest shopping centre in central Bergen, Norway, with a turnover of 1,024 billion Norwegian krone in 2002. The first shopping centre on this location opened in 1988 and was called Bystasjonen. In 1999 Bergen Storsenter opened, at which… …   Wikipedia

  • Bergen Tramway — was a tramway in Bergen, Norway. The first three lines were opened June 29, 1897. Starting 1950, tramway lines were gradually replaced with bus and trolleybus routes. The last line was closed in 1965. Since 1993, a museum tram operates in… …   Wikipedia

  • Bergen — This article is about the city in Norway. For other uses, see Bergen (disambiguation). Bergen   City   From top to bottom: city centre …   Wikipedia

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