Bergen Cathedral Overview
With ties back to the 11th century, the Bergen Cathedral was once a simple monastic church. Over the years, it has undergone multiple renovations due to fire accidents and other reasons. The 1880s renovation was particularly significant as, during this particular re-construction, the Rocco Interior designed by Christian Christie was added. 

With such cultural importance, it is one of the top Bergen Norway places to visit. The architecture of the cathedral is magnificent and is a testament to the talented craftsmanship that has persevered throughout these centuries.

While the cathedral is open to the public, the timing must be kept into account so that you do not find it closed. In the months, excluding June, July, and August, it is only open for a limited time period. However, during the rush season (June-August), you will find it open on the weekdays.

Location: Domkirkeplassen 1, 5003 Bergen
Timing: Weekdays from June to August
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