Fairy tale Bryggen – winter-time Bryggen in foreign eyes Knowing how crowded the World Heritage Site Bryggen can be (ever tried to push a group of 20 people inside one of the narrow rooms in the Hanseatic Museum?), I can have a guess that there’s no need to provide tourists and locals with another […]
Ever wondered what the rescuing of Bryggen really consisted in? Find out more! J. Rytter and I. Schonhowd, Monitoring, Mitigation, Management. The Groundwater Project – Safeguarding the World Heritage Site of Bryggen in Bergen, Riksantikvaren 2015. It is now 60 years since the 1955 fire in Bryggen paradoxically opened the way to breakthrough archaeological […]
Archaeological deposits and groundwater – Rescuing Bryggen The Bryggen Project is proud to present a short film explaining how the World Heritage Site Bryggen in Bergen is being rescued thanks to groundwater management. Enjoy!
Rescuing Bryggen: a short teaser The World Heritage Site Bryggen and its rescue operation in a few words: discover this short teaser aiming at giving an insight into the preservation work which is carried out daily in Bryggen!
The curious case of a small wooden bowl Rory Dunlop, NIKU One of the strangest, most inexplicable things that the author has ever come across on an excavation at Bryggen in Bergen – or anywhere else, for that matter – turned up on the site of Finnegården 6A, investigated in the autumn of 1981. […]