Friday, 8 January 2010


Stavanger Katedralskole, is well known and also the oldest educational institution in Stavanger for young students between 16 to 19 years old.

It is situated next to the Cathedral and has the park and the lake "Breiavatnet" on the other side. As you can see, the lake is now safe to walk and cross over. Many students and other people went ice skating today.

5 comments:

cieldequimper said...

Gosh, I can't remember this.
We went into the cathedral and then bought some strawberries at some market stalls. They sold strawberries, crabs and reker, is that correct?

Have a great weekend!

Leif Hagen said...

The cathedral school looks like it has a long history and lots of character. I wonder if it's "modern" inside or if it has kept it old feel?

VP said...

Nice architecture with the looming modernity in background, almost everything is white!

Mo said...

Did you go ice skating?

Gunn White said...

Cieldequimper, I think it is amazing to know that YOU have been in Stavanger!! And you probably bought the strawberries not
far from the harbor where they sell fresh sea-food. I will give you a guided tour next time you are in Stavanger.
Leif, the school has good and modern facilities and it is one of the best. If you google the schools name you will see that they also have trips to many interesting places.
And to Mo, no I have not been ice-skating, but it looks fun.