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Trondheim

Jewish Museum Trondheim

In our museum you can explore Jewish history, culture, identity and religious practice in Trondheim. The permanent historical exhibition “..and you...
Read more: Waisenhuset Photo: Øyvind Schei

Trondheim

Waisenhuset

A large, beautiful timber building from 1772, to the west of Nidaros Cathedral. One of Trondheim's first social institutions where orphans lived and...
Read more: Ringve  Music Museum Photo: Visit Trondheim

Trondheim

Ringve Music Museum

Ringve museum is Norway's National Museum for music and musical instruments with items from all over the world. The museum can offer two permanent...
Read more: Museum of Natural History and Archaeology Photo: NTNU

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...
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Trondheim

The Armoury

Rustkammeret is an army museum as well as a resistance museum, emphasizing Trøndelag's military history.  The museum shows military history from...
Read more: Nidaros Cathedral Photo: ch.visitnorway.com

Trondheim

Nidaros Cathedral

The national sanctuary of Norway, built over the grave of St. Olav. Work began in 1070, but the oldest parts still in existence date from the middle...
Read more: Stiftsgården -  The Royal Residence Photo: Øyvind Schei

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...
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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...
Read more: Kristiansten Fortress Photo: Sven-Erik Knoff

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...
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