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Beaches Photo: Visit Trondeheim Beaches Photo: Katrine Loraas Beaches Photo: Lisbeth Fallan Visit Trodheim Beaches Photo: Trondheim Kommune Beaches Photo: Trondheim Kommune
Beaches Photo: Visit Trondeheim
Beaches Photo: Katrine Loraas
Beaches Photo: Lisbeth Fallan Visit Trodheim
Beaches Photo: Trondheim Kommune
Beaches Photo: Trondheim Kommune

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There are a number of swimming beaches along the Trondheim-fjord, including Munkholmen which is located out in the fjord. The water averages 17c. The water can be warmer in many of the lakes in Trondheim Kommune.
NB: Jonsvatnet is the drinking water source for Trondheim. Bathing is therefore not allowed.

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Beaches

There are a number of swimming beaches along the Trondheim-fjord, including Munkholmen which is located out in the fjord. The water averages 17c. The...

Beaches

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