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Get to know some of the many secrets hiding in the historic centre of Bergen. A girl named Dyveke lived in Hollendergaten 10, and was the mistress of the danish Christian II, who at the time was king of both Danmark, Sweden and Norway.
She remained his mistress until she died in Hollendergaten 10 has been associated with her and the king because of the plinth next to the entrance. The plinth is decorated with a lion in relieff, and the gold lion is also the coat of arms in Norway. The old town hall in Bergen is hiding a secret on the second floor. At first glance it looks like there are three windows on the short side, but that's not true. There are only two windows, as the window in the center is painted on.
This is because the town hall was made in a time when glass was expensive. The whole wall on one side of Hotel Park Pension is painted on. The whole fasade on that side is false, but the windows and the detailing are identical to the other side of the building that's facing the street.
The pattern on this balcony look suspiciously like swastikas, the symbol associated with the German occupation of Norway between and The yellow building in Christian Michelsens street also lies straight across from what used to be Gestapo's main quarter in Bergen.
However, this building has nothing to do with this as it was drawn by architect Torgeir Alvsaker, and built in The pattern is also facing the other way, and the ends are bent to the left.