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A visit to Bergen ungdomslag Ervingen and Bergen International Culture Centre

Bergen is full of cultural activities and groups. Having interest in the same type of hobby or activity is also a good starting point to get to know new people and make friends.

An old fashion handmade roadsign painted in different colour against a blue sky.
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This Monday afternoon we will visit two important cultural institutions in Bergen. They have much in common, but while Ervingen is focusing on traditional Norwegian culture, the Bergen International Culture Centre have a main theme of international culture in Bergen.

There is of course no requirements of nationality to use any of them, and both have activities for children and adults. So, why not join us for a visit and take a closer look on what they offer? Maybe you will find something that inspires and captures your interest, a new hobby and new friends, or just expand your knowledge about Bergen and Norwegians.

We will meet in front of the main entrance of Exhibition Shopping mall at 17:15, and walk together to Gimle and Fensal - the culture houses.