The church charges fees, and the little girl at the door is very polite, and specifically told me that there is a fee to enter, but it is possible to take pictures at the door without paying. . . I saw a sign that seemed to be forbidden to take pictures. I checked it out and said it’s okay.
The Church of Santa Maria is a very good and important place. The whole church is also very interesting. With two huge tower-like structures, the church is also quite historic. You can visit for free.
A building from centuries ago, is located in the center of the town. There are pleasant scenery all around. The sunset is really beautiful. I saw a little monster in several places, cute and cute, and it is said that this is a small mountain guardian.
As soon as the hotel goes out, turn right, walk down the street 100 meters to arrive, afternoon and morning, turn around, did not see the opening, no more special to see. St. Mary's Church is one of the three medieval churches in Bergen, the oldest existing building. The exterior is very quaint, that is, two tall towers, but the windows on the towers are different, a little unexplained joy. It is just a block away from the water, and it is easy to reach.
The church was closed when we went and we couldn't get in. This time I went to Europe and I saw a real church. Especially the churches in many small towns are beautiful and distinctive in appearance. There will be a large open space in front of the church, which is a cemetery for locals. During important festivals, everyone will dress up to worship in the church. This is absolutely invisible in China.
The oldest building in existence, the main hall of the church is large, and the altar is beautifully decorated.
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Bryggen,Bryggen Herringbone House,Gamle Bergen,Fish Market,St Mary's Church
Messiah_Dillon: Here are some hotels near St Mary's Church: Hotel Norge by Scandic,Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen,Citybox Bergen,Hordaheimen Hotel, BW Signature Collection,Clarion Hotel Bergen