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Trondheim , city centre, residential area

Hospitalsløkkan area

Hospitalsløkkan area Photo: ux.uis.no Read more: Hospitalsløkkan
Hospitalsløkkan area Photo: ux.uis.no
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The area surrounding the old Trondhjem Hospital, the oldest social institution in Scandinavia. Typical old timber-dwellings, most of which have been restored and are occupied by people who prove that city centres can be attractive places to live.



Photo: Jørn Adde © Trondheim kommune

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Hospitalsløkkan area - Photo: ux.uis.no

Hospitalsløkkan area

The area surrounding the old Trondhjem Hospital, the oldest social institution in Scandinavia. Typical old timber-dwellings, most of which have been re...

Hospitalsløkkan area

Source: Visitnorway

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