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ABOVE: The quay, Bergen.
Festivals and events
Year in Norway
Click a month to see what festivals and other events are taking place. From Katrine
Odds and ends
This page is from Flags of the World.
If you plan to study at this school of 17,500, you'll want to browsethe UiB Web
site's English-language pages.
Paul Catholic Church, Bergen
Contrary to popular belief, Norway has citizens who weren't born Lutheran. St. Paul katolske kirke was built in the 1860s, using
plans from an Italian architect. Today, it has services in half a dozen
languages and a large church school.
This newspaper site is in Norwegian. It's worth looking at for curiosity's sake, even if
you don't know the language.
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If you live outside the EU,
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Get free schedules, maps,
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