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Haakon's Hall

The Bergenhus Fortress looms over the entrance to Bergen’s harbor. The fortress itself dates back to the 1240s, with Haakon’s hall as it’s gem. Haakon’s Hall was the royal dining hall, a place where Kings of Norway entertained their guests up until the 19th century. Walking the room you can just imagine the parties that went on, the smells of the Norsk men, and the stories that began at it’s table.