The sainted King Olav Haraldsson was buried in Trondheim in 1030. Nidaros Cathedral was erected over his grave, and for four centuries this city was a pilgrimage site for pilgrims seeking consolation, help and healing.
The old Pilgrims' Route between Oslo and Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim was reopened the summer of 1997. Since then many pilgrims have wandered to this ancient pilgrimage site.
For further information, visit Pilgrims' ways to Nidaros and the confraternity of St. James in Norway.
From 1153 to 1537, Trondheim was the seat of the country's archbishop and the spiritual centre of an area including Greenland, the Faroe Islands, the Orkney Islands and the Isle of Man.
Today, Trondheim is a modern city that is a major centre of learning and one of the best research environments in Europe.
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The old Pilgrims' Route between Oslo and Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim was reopened the summer of 1997.
The Pilgrims' Route to Trondheim
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