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Bergen Kunsthall is one of Norway’s most unique exhibition premises. Designed by architect Ole Landmark in the 1930s with the sole object of exhibiting pictorial artworks, the halls have a unique design.

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Fana kulturhus was opened 31 October 2009. This cultural venue is a stage for both the local amateur culture groups and the professional artists and productions of various artistic and cultural expressions.

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The University Aula in Bergen opened in 2015 and is the new grand hall for The University of Bergen and Western Norway.

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Solstrand hotel is located at the edge of Bjørnefjorden in Os municipality – a mere 30 km from Bergen Airport Flesland and downtown Bergen. The grand Swiss style hotel has been here ever since Norway's first Prime Minister, Christian Michelsen, turned the first soil in 1895. Solstrand has a rich history, spectacular views, and a beautiful setting.

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Hotel Ullensvang was established in 1846 by Hans Utne and is now run by 5th Utne generation. Hotel Ullensvang is founded upon tradition and history and is a member of The Historic Hotels and Restaurants.

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Grieghallen is Bergen International Festival's main stage, housing the opening ceremony each year.

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Den Nationale Scene (The National Stage Bergen) is Norway's oldest permanent theatre.

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Håkonshallen (Håkon's Hall) 750 years old, and was built by Håkon Håkonsson as a royal residence and banqueting hall.

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Logen is our festival centre. The elegant concert hall, typical of its era, is an experience in itself, but the bar too attracts art and art-lovers.

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The new house for production and viewing of performing art is beautifully situated at Marineholmen on Møhlenpris.

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Studio Bergen Carte Blanche's regular venue. The mission is to reach out to a large national and international audience with the best of Norwegian and international contemporary dance.

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Domkirken is one of Bergen International Festival's permanent venues and is one of Bergen's oldest churches.

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The perfect end to a spring evening is experiencing intimate concert moments in Edvard Grieg’s living room, where he often accompanied his wife on the piano.

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The home of Norwegian composer Harald Sæverud (1897–1992). The name refers to the sallow or willow (selje or silju) and a small mountain farm (støl).

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Ole Bull's summer residence constitute an adventurous frame for the Bergen International Festival concerts at Lysøen.

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Litteraturhuset in Bergen is an arena for literature, debates and cultural experiences, and houses many open public events.

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Bergen Offentlige Bibliotek is Norway's second largest public library. The main library is from 1917, and the building is protected by The Directorate for Cultural Heritage.

 

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Lysverket is the new restaurant and bar in the art museum KODE 4. On weekends it is a popular nightclub where a handful of the best DJs in town spin their records.

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Rekstensamlingene is a unique gallery and cultural centre located just off the King's residence Gamlehaugen at Paradis in Bergen. The collections were built in the 1960s by shipowner Hilmar Vice-Admiral.

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Apollon is one of the oldest record shops in Norway, and was founded in 1976. They specialize in classic rock, folk, indie and metal.

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At Fløien Folkerestaurant you can experience performances while you enjoy the iconic view over Bergen.

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Oseana Kunst- og Kultursenter (Oseana art and culture centre) is unique in Norway in the heart of the West coast's fjord and mountain scenery.

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The harbour in Bekkjarvik has been important for trade along the coast for over 300 years. Today it is very popular among tourists and local boaters.

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The cultural venue Moster Amfi holds the religious history exhibition "From Paganism to Christianity", the quarrying exhibition "The Stones of Bømlo", an intimate concert venue, cafeteria and an outdoor stage with a capacity of 1050 people.

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With a visible location, a large church room and with a profile open to new cultures, Johanneskirken contributes to a unique concert experience.

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