Trondheim, Norway

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Trondheim is the third largest - and second oldest - city in Norway. The town was originally called Kaupangen upon its founding in 997 A.D. by Viking king Olav Tryggvason. The city commands the trade routes linking Southern Norway with the fjord lands to the north. Trondheim quickly became a major commercial and cultural center - the city served as Norway's royal capital.

Trondheim's old city features broad avenues and attractive 17th-century wood buildings - a legacy of the rebuilding that followed a disastrous fire that leveled the city in 1681.

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  • Nidaros Cathedral Nidaros Cathedral

    This 10th century Gothic cathedral is the largest in Scandinavia, and built on the grave of St. Olav, who brought Christianity to Norway. Pilgrims would come here to drink from the cathedral's well.

  • Archbishop's Palace Archbishop's Palace

    The charming Archbishop's Palace adjoins Nidaros Cathedral, and is the oldest secular building in Norway. From 1566 it was the residence of Danish governor but was later reclaimed by the military.

  • Ringve Museum Ringve Museum

    Ringve Museum sits on a hill overlooking the beautiful Trondheim fjord. The museum is located in a former stable building and old manor house, and houses a collection of 2,000 musical instruments.

  • Trøndelag Museum Trøndelag Museum

    This colorful folk museum showcases 17th to 19th century life in Norway. Set amongst the stunning countryside, it displays ancient cooking and farming implements that have been gathered from nearby towns. The museum has more than 60 buildings from Trondheim and the Trøndelag region.

  • Granåsen Ski jump Granåsen Ski jump

    Opened in 1991, the wonderful Granåsen ski-jump is used all year round, even when there is no snow, because the jumps are fully equipped with porcelain tracks and artificial grass.

  • Trolley Ride Trolley Ride

    This streetcar was out for action for two years in the late Eighties, but the community demand it be brought back into service. It climbs Byåsen Hill, affording splendid views of the River Nidelva.

  • Løkken Mines Løkken Mines

    Don a hard hat and walk for half a mile through the atmospheric Løkken copper mines, which were in operation from 1654 to 1987, by navigating steep gravel paths, steps and wooden walkways.

  • Stiftsgarden Stiftsgarden

    The delightful Stiftsgarden is one of the largest wooden buildings in Scandinavia, and now known as the Royal Residence. Work was completed in 1778, and it boasts elegant dining rooms.


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