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Trondheim

Stiftsgården - The Royal Residence

Stiftsgården, built during 1774- 78 by the ambitious widow and privy counsellor Cecilie Christine Schøller, it is the largest wooden palace in Scandina...

Trondheim

Nidaros Cathedral

The world’s northernmost gothic cathedral. Built from 1070 onwards over the tomb of St. Olav, the Viking king who brought Christianity to Norway, the c...

Trondheim

Kristiansten Fortress

The fort was built after the great city fire in 1681 and now stands guard over the city. It saved the city from conquest by Sweden in 1718. From the fo...

Trondheim

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...

Trondheim

Hospitalskirken

Built in 1705. The earliest wooden octagonal church in Norway and Sweden. Next to Trondheim's Hospital (founded in 1277). Photo: Jørn Adde © Trondheim...

Trondheim

Ringve Botanical Gardens

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

Trondheim

St. Olav Catholic Church

Open for prayers all day. Mass on weekdays at 6.30 pm, and Sundays 9 am and 11 am....

Trondheim

The Monk's Island

Trondheim's execution ground in ancient times. Benedictine monks built a monastery on the island very early in the 11th century, probably one of the...
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