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Trondhjems Kunstforening

Trondhjems Kunstforening Photo: Trondhjems Kunstforening
Trondhjems Kunstforening Photo: Trondhjems Kunstforening

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Trondhjems Kunstforening (artists union) , established in 1845, is one of Norway's oldest cultural institutions. You find it in the old bishop's residence close to Nidaros Cathedral.

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Trondhjems Kunstforening

Trondhjems Kunstforening (artists union) , established in 1845, is one of Norway's oldest cultural institutions. You find it in the old bishop's...

Trondhjems Kunstforening

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