Trondheim Off The Beaten Path

  • Off The Beaten Path
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  • Off The Beaten Path
    by elsebeth
  • Off The Beaten Path
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Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Trondheim

  • 1. Trondheim Folkemuseum

    The Trøndelag Folk Museum is located on the outskirts of the city, near a forest and it is an open-air exhibition of all the most significative houses and stave churches of Norway, especially from the...

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  • 2. Nidarosdomen/St Olav cathedral

    I don't normally recommend cemetery walks to VTers but the cemetery at Trondheim Cathedral has so many beautiful sculptured grave markers that it merits a visit. Taking a walk in the quiet but green...

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  • 3. Skiing

    Well, this was one of my best experiences,probably besause i went for skiing for the first time. it's just 15-20 minutes driving from town and the mountain is so beautiful.you can ski and snowboard or...

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  • 4. Allotment gardens

    There are allotment gardens all over Europe, the link below is to an english site. In Norway, the allotment movement started late in the 19th century. The first garden was founded in Halden in 1896,...

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  • 5. Munkholmen

    Munkholmen, the Munks' island, was in ancient times Trondheim execution ground, then in the 11th century benedectine monks built a monastery which in 1658 became a prison fort. But now is a popular...

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  • 6. Meråker

    OK, this is a daytrip as it is a train journey out of town (75 km) but I have to mention it as it seems totally forgotten in all guide books on Norway. Maybe the travel writers think Norway has so...

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  • 8. Too beautiful

    This place look too beautiful to be true. I could photograph 100 photos from here. I'm not quite sure where it is but we drove for a while to get to this lake....

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  • 9. Art Nouveau inside the postoffice

    Take a look inside the central postoffice for some interesting Art Nouveau details. Unfortunately there is absolutely no more telegraph-office in Trondheim any...

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  • 10. The postoffice & some skinny eagles

    The central postoffice of Trondheim was built at the beginning of the 20th century and it has some interesting details in the facade plus some skinny...

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  • 11. Hornemannsgaden & the tourist-Info

    This interesting wooden building dates back to the year 1710 and it is used as a restaurant nowadays. You will find it next to Torvet, the main square of...

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  • 12. the library has also free internet

    The library of Trondheim is the only place, where you can surf in the internet or read and send your e-mails and that service is even totally free of charge....

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  • 13. The chapel

    This chapel in the archibishop's palace had many other functions over the last centuries, but in 1997 it was consecrated as a chapel. The entrance to this...

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  • 14. the house of the silver-smith

    Munkegaten Nr.3 is the adress of this lovely old wooden house of the silversmith and you will find it not more than 100 meters from the cathedral. Take a closer...

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  • 15. a "modern" Viking-boat

    This modern sculpture is ment to show a Viking-boat, that is what our tourguide told us. Maybe the artist, who made this "Viking-boat" should take another look...

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  • 16. the submarine-bunkers of WW II

    The former submarine-bunkers of WW II, built by the german army are used nowadays as the basement of a shoppingcentre and in fact there is not a lot of them to...

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  • 17. Artistic Manhole Covers

    Trondheim has some of the prettiest manhole covers around the hole. I'm not joking, it's even featured in Wikipedia under "manhole" . So the next time you're...

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  • 18. Buildings

    Walking along the streets you can find some very interesting buildings with an architecture that remember the palaces of Vienna or Budapest.

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  • 19. One great student project

    Students from 3 architectural schools in Norway got together to construct this pier, reaching into the river, from which you have a great view of the river and...

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  • 20. Shopping

    The stuffs seemed to be a bit cheaper in Trondheim. We bought some curtains (see the 'curtains of the denunciation' on my Norway page) at a normal price.

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