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Crashing a Constitution Day Parade in Bergen, Norway

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Constitution Day Parade, Bergen, NorwayWatching a parade, like Zurich’s Sechseläuten, is always fun and provides a pleasant sense of local tradition. Being in a parade, however, takes on a deeper meaning as you immerse yourself in the native culture. And when I got to march through the streets of Bergen, Norway, late at night in a torch-lit procession to celebrate Constitution Day, simply because I asked a friendly Norwegian what was going on, I felt like I belonged there, like a member of an extended and warm family, even though I don’t have a drop of Nordic blood in my body. Read more >

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Author: stephentravels

I am a writer and editor with 25 years of experience in my field and 40 years of travel adventures.

3 thoughts on “Crashing a Constitution Day Parade in Bergen, Norway

  1. Hope you had a great day! Have celebrated the day in Bergen as well, and so much better than Oslo, which is just soooo crowded…

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