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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

St. Olav Catholic Church

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

Trondheim

Museum of Natural History and Archaeology

The Museum of Natural History and Archaeology has exhibitions on nature and culture, church art and the Middle Ages. Museum shop and café. Norwegian Mu...

Trondheim

Ilsvikora

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

Trondheim

Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum - National Museum of Decorative Arts

The museum houses a historical and modern collection that includes furniture, silver, glass, textile, ceramics and design from the 15th. century up t...

Trondheim

The Archbishop's Palace Museum

In 1983 a big fire burned down two of the large wooden buildings in the Archbishop’s Palace. The Museum was built on the same grounds where these orig...

Trondheim

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...

Trondheim

The wharfs

The oldest of the wharves along the River Nidelva date back to the 18th century; nevertheless, they still give the impression of the waterfront as it...

Trondheim

The Emigrant Monument - Leiv Eiriksson statue

Pirsenteret, Brattøra. Bus to Pier terminal. Gift from Americans of Scandinavian heritage for Trondheim?s Millennium in 1997. In honour of emigrants...
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