> Bergen, Norway
forms, which are very rich with heights, define very much of the architecture
and city plan in Bergen. This is the same with paths. Close to the city
center, naturally there can’t be very many paths found, because
the small wooden houses and other buildings are built very close to each
One of the nicest meeting in Bergen was an man who was building a street over a path. He was very old and told that he is tired of walking home from the parking place so he thought he'd build a street reaching the yard and he can then park his car closer to home. Funny thing was that it is pretty hard work to build a street on your own, maybe harder than walk home from parking place? He was still very persistend and had been working intensively for months. 1/3 of the street was ready.