Norwegian city in Vestland, Norway
Bergen is the second largest city and municipality in Norway. The city has a population of 275,000 in the municipality, and 238,098 in the urban area. Bergen was a county until 1972, when it was merged with Hordaland. The old wharf Bryggen is a World Heritage Site.
|Coordinates: 60°23′31.6″N 5°19′41.4″E / 60.392111°N 5.328167°E|
|• Mayor||Linn Kristin Engø|
|• Total||445.0 km2 (171.8 sq mi)|
(January 1, 2022)
|• Density||644.8/km2 (1,670/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+01:00 (CET)|
Bergen is on the west coast of Norway, and it exports a lot of fish. It has a temperate oceanic climate, with high rainfall every month.