Landmark sights in Bergen & The Western Fjords
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The empire-style Ledaal was constructed between 1799 and 1803 for wealthy merchant shipowner Gabriel Schanche Kielland. Now recently restored it serves as the local royal residence and summer home. You’ll see the king’s 250-year-old four-poster bed, unusual antique furniture and a pendulum clock from 1680.
At the foot of the road leading up to the farm, the Sima Power Plant, one of the largest hydroelectric power plants in Europe, runs guided tours (one hour). The main hall runs 700m inside the mountain.