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Ilsvikora

Ilsvikøra is a listed and restored residential area with wooden buildings. A quiet place between the busy harbor and tall modern concrete buildings....

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Ravnkloa Fish Market

Ravnkloa at the lower end of Munkegata. The city's fish market and the old Ravnkloa clock. Boat departure to Munkholmen (Munk's island) in the summer...

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Veitene

Wander the narrow streets and alleys ("veitene") that were typical of the old Trondheim. Trondheim is one of the most distinctive towns built of wood...

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Norsk Døvemuseum

Museum that shows the history of the deaf people in Norway....

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Sporveismuseet (Tramway Museum)

Trondheim Tramway Museum presents the history of the city's two one metre gauge tramway companies, started in 1901 and 1924, with an exhibition of old...

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Bymarka, Trondheim's green belt

In summer as well as winter, Bymarka entices us with the beauty and variety of its countryside. The people of Trondheim make the most of it. There is a...

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Church ruins from the Middle Ages

Ruins of a church dating back to the middle ages are found in the basement of SpareBank 1 Midt-Norge. They were discovered during archaeological exca...

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Ringve Botanical Gardens

Open every day, admission free. Guided tours by appointment. Ringve Botanical gardens include a systematic section showing the relationship between...

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The Norwegian crown jewels

The King’s crown and the other items that make up the Regalia of Norway are exhibited in the west wing of the Archbishop’s Palace. This priceless histo...
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