The main touristic highlight of Bergen is the Bryggen (or Tyskebryggen) area around the harbour in the old town. Here there are a number of Hanseatic heritage wooden commercial buildings. A number of these have been destroyed by fire over the centuries and rebuilt/restored after that. Bryggen in the past was the trading centre of the Hanseatic league in Bergen. It has been a UNESCO world heritage site since 1979.
01 North restaurant and social club 02 North restaurant and social club 03 Bryggen waterfront 04 Harbour area 05 Hanseatic buildings of Bryggen
06 Hanseatic buildings 07 Hanseatic buildings 08 Hanseatic buildings
09 Hanseatic buildings of Bryggen 10 Harbour area 11 Seafood stalls
12 Hanseatic buildings of Bryggen
13 Hanseatic buildings of Bryggen 14 Hanseatic buildings of Bryggen 15 Hanseatic buildings of Bryggen
16 Hanseatic buildings of Bryggen 17 Hanseatic buildings of Bryggen 18 Old houses in Tyske Brygge 19 Old houses in Tyske Brygge
20 Hanseatic museum 21 Kjøttbasaren restaurant 22 Kjøttbasaren restaurant
23 Hanseatic buildings of Bryggen
24 Hanseatic buildings of Bryggen
25 Hanseatic buildings of Bryggen
26 Hanseatic buildings of Bryggen
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