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Fana Kulturpark

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Hidden : 11/28/2005
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En liten perle som flere burde bli kjent med. A lovely place more people should know about.


I forbindelse med at Bergen kommune skulle markere tusenårsskiftet i år 2000, ble Fana Kulturpark valgt som Bergen sitt tusenårssted.

Fana Kirke er bygget ca 1153. Landskapet rundt kirken har mange kulturhistoriske spor og kulturminner, som den gamle prestegårdsalléen, og steinbroen over Fanaelven, som er en del av den ”Stavangerske postvei” fra slutten av 1700-tallet.

Kulturparken og anlegget som er bygget opp her, er plassert i en naturlig forsenkning i kulturlandskapet. Rundt ligger dyrkede jorder og gravhauger.

Parken har nå blitt rustet opp, bla med Kongebrua i Fana kulturpark ble åpnet av HM Kong Harald. Videre ligger Bergens første amfi i Fana kulturpark. Kyrkjefossen og Fanaelven som renner like ved er en del av parkens sentrale elementer sammen med gammel vakker vegetasjon.

Cacheen er en rund boks ca 8 cm i diameter x 10 cm høy.



When Bergen city should celebrate the millennium, “Fana Kulturpark” where chosen at Bergen city’s millennium’s place.

Fana Kirke is built ca 1153. The landscape around the church has many cultural historic marks such as the old rectory alley and a stonebridge over the Fana river, witch is a part of the old “Stavanger mailroad” from the end of the 1700’s.

The culture park and the constructions built up here, is placed in a lower part in the landscape. Around it lays fields and old graveyards from the Vikings and ages before that.

The park has now had a renovation, a new bridge, the “Kings Bridge”, was opened by the Norwegian king, King Harald. The first amphi in Bergen is located in the culture park. The “Church Waterfall” and Fana River are some central elements in the park together with an old and beautiful vegetation.

The cache is a round box, ca 8 cm in diameter and 10 cm high.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Abefx: Onx ra yøf fgrva v irttra irq genccrar.
Ratyvfu: Oruvaq n ybbfr fgbar va gur jnyy ng gur fgnvef.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



  • Thea and Nora at the Kings BridgeWhen the king opened this bridge, all family where there to take a part in happening. For Nora it became a little spesial, since she screamed "hello king" as he went by us, and he turned to her, smiled and said "hello" and gave her a "royal vawe" [:D]

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