Photographer's Note

This Sunday, I suggest a church in which I played on the title. It is a stone church, but I put the first name of Pierre to make a nod to our friend chinchini offering its churches every Sunday.
The church of Sainte Marie is the oldest building in the city of Bergen. Built in the 12th, stone, it is the remnant of a Catholic Norway.
I could not see inside because it was closed, but according to the description of the guide is a regret.
The German merchants settled in Bergen have donated many works of art in this church which is located near Hanseatic. Within a magnificent triptych of the 15th survived the transition to Protestantism of the Norwegian people. For the record, this passage to the Protestant religion was the 16th si imposed by the Danish king who reigned when the kingdom of Denmark and Norway.

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