Oslo is Norway’s capital, but Bergen is Norway’s second-largest city. It is a town that sits on the west coast of Norway in the middle of 7 mountains circulating it which is Europes wettest city. It rains a lot and that’s why Bergen’s many reasons for having a light rail
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Bergen is Norway’s second-biggest city. The city is about 300km away from the capital. But because of not so straight roads in our hilly nation it is more like 500km. Stavanger which is Norway’s 4th biggest city is only 158km to the south of Bergen. But that’s also in a
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