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Nidaros Cathedral

Nidaros Cathedral Photo: visit norway
Nidaros Cathedral Photo: visit norway

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The national sanctuary of Norway
English service every third Sunday of the month at 6 pm

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  • Types of church

    • stone church
    • medieval church
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Nidaros Cathedral - Photo: visit norway

Nidaros Cathedral

The national sanctuary of Norway English service every third Sunday of the month at 6...

Nidaros Cathedral

Source: Visitnorway

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