The Hanseatic League Museum in Bergen is the earliest business association here in Norway. It is the earliest water transport business association here. It has a history of more than 200 years. The Hanseatic League Museum has many historical documents and precious cultural relics. It is worth visiting Appreciate and understand.
This is the earliest chamber of commerce in Europe. At that time, it was mainly based on maritime trade, and it was quite interesting. I feel that Europe was already quite affluent. The display restores the life at that time.
It's just around the corner, right next to Starbucks, but it's hardly mentioned in the Raiders, and we're not paying attention. The three-story building with the yellow columns and red walls, the arched floor-to-ceiling windows on the bottom, is beautiful on the outside. But because I didn't know what was inside and it was already 3:4 p.m. by the time I passed, it was almost closed for the Norwegians to go in. Look at the website, the ticket here can be used for the Hanseatic Museum Hanseatic Museum + Shetstürney Schtstuene + Norwegian Fishery Museum Norwegian Fisheries museum + Shuttle Bus, adult 160NOK, student 140NOK, child 60NOK, team of 10 or more 75NOK, 6-8 Adult 100NOK After 15:45 on May, 14:45 on May. Note Business Time: Hanseatic Museum: May and September 9-17, 6-8 Month 9-18; Shetstulny: May and September 10-17, 6-8 Month 10-18; October - April of the coming year, both 11-15 dots open, of which 24-26 is closed in December.
The Hanseatic League Museum is a long history, one of the earliest chambers of commerce in Europe. The main commercial maritime area is mainly the museum, which exhibits many of the shipping orders, the restoration of the shops and the trading of goods, very rich, fully felt the chamber of commerce at that time strong and rich.
From the 13th century onwards, many European merchants, mainly Germans, had taken up fishing businesses such as salmon in Bergen. These merchants who controlled Bergen's trade with foreign countries became rich and powerful, and formed a chamber of commerce with certain political strength, the Hanseatic League. These merchants are also called Hanseatic merchants.
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Bryggen,Bryggen Herringbone House,Gamle Bergen,Fish Market,St Mary's Church
Messiah_Dillon: Here are some hotels near Hanseatic Museum: Hotel Norge by Scandic,Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen,Citybox Bergen,Hordaheimen Hotel, BW Signature Collection,Clarion Hotel Bergen