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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...
Stiklestad is the battlefield where King Olav Haraldsson fell 29. July 1030, and he became known as St. Olav.
The battle of Stiklestad represents the...
The Troll oil and gas field is reconstructed in an authentic and colourful landscape, that can be used for activities such as skating, climbing, sand...
Galleri Kampen shows small exhibitions in a cosy house in Norderhovgata 30.
Closed for Christmas, New Year's and in July. Contact Galleri Kampen for...
Drive up Norway's 2nd highest road and witness a wonderfull panoramic view from Trontoppen. 1660 meters above sea level. The area is also interesting...
A beautiful and monumental bridge spanning the Nidelva river. The bridge is in use and is said to be one of the longest in Northern Europe.
The Smelthytta museum is built on the ruins of the smelter that burnt down in 1975. Here you find exhibitions about the history of the Røros Copper Works, brought to life by models of mines, smelters and technical installations. These models give an excellent impression of the way in which mining operations were carried out and fascinate both children and adults.
Seegård church was designed by Arne Thorsrud and inaugurated in 1997. The actual church can seat 260 people. In addition, there is special room for the...
Due to damages from the flood, Flåm church will not be open to the public during the summer of 2015. The church will be restaured, and we hope to be ab...