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|Some aerial photos over Bergen, the second largest city in Norway. Bergen was founded in 1070 by King Olav Kyrre, and was the Norwegian capital until 1299. (File size: 1,08 MB)||10/31/2005||920|
|A must-see in Bergen : the Bergen Aquarium, which offers one of the largest collections of North Sea fish and invertebrates in its 70 aquariums. |
Species from all over the world help to create an exciting presentation of marine life.
You can also study a variety of seals and penguins in the outdoor ponds.
|An old map over Bergen in Norway from 1885. This map is cool used in combination with the aerial photos I already uploaded, when using the transparency slider you can see the huge difference between Bergen in 1885 and today.||11/04/2005||497|
|Bergen-Belsen, (or Belsen) was a Nazi concentration camp in Lower Saxony, southwest of the town of Bergen near Celle. Between 1943 and 1945 an estimated 50,000 European civilians died there. A memorial and an exhibition centre exist on the site now.||05/13/2006||2,208|
|This is where you get the famous rolls with all sorts of fish but also shrimps, crabs and more.|
|Central railroad station in Bergen ... where you arrive, coming from Oslo by train||02/28/2007||349|
|Hakons Hall was erected during the reign of King Hakon Hakonsson between 1247-1261. It was the largest and most imposing building of the royal residency in the 13th century when Bergen was the political center of Norway. ||01/27/2007||356|
|Orientering map over Loevstakken, one of the 7 mountains around the city of Bergen in Norway. Looks nice in 3d.||10/31/2005||906|
|This is the Hoboken train and ferry terminal. If you look closely, you'll see all the trains lined up. The trains run all over NJ and the terminal also houses the PATH trains to and from NYC, Newark, Jersey City and Harrison. |
The ferry boats used to run across the Hudson to the World Train Center area, but I am not sure if they do since 9/11. The terminal is quite old, and the facade is...
|International airport of Bergen||02/18/2007||426|
|Rosenkrantz Tower was erected in the 1560’s by the governor of Bergen Castle, Erik Rosenkrantz, and served as a combined residence and fortified tower. Earlier structures existed and was incorporated by Erik Rosenkrantz. ||01/27/2007||290|
|This building was designed by the danish architect Vilhelm Lauritzen and was build between 1937-39 and was in use from 1939 to 1960 when the new terminal 2 was opened. It was the first terminal in Copenhagen Airport.|
1999 it was moved to the new place because it was too small as terminal for the expanding airport.
The building is listed as historic building.