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 railContinue Reading

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