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  • 1 Nidaros Cathedral Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Kongsgårdsgata N - 7418 Trondheim

    The centre of a pilgrimage dedicated to Saint Olav and burial place of the Norwegian kings, this 12C cathedral of grey stetite is an example of Romanesque (the oldest parts) and Gothic styles and the national sanctuary. A superb rose window ornates t..

  • 2 Museum of Decorative Arts Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Munkegaten 5 N - 7013 Trondheim

    This fine museum houses diverse collections covering the main international art movements, ranging in chronological order from the Baroque to late 20C design; it includes a noteworthy section on Arts and Crafts, the English Art Nouveau movement embod..

  • 3 Museum of Musical Instruments Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Lade Allé 60 N - 7041 Trondheim

    This museum dedicated to musical instruments overlooks the city and the fjord. It is housed in the splendid Ringve manorhouse built in the 19C on a peninsula. Visits always take the form of guided tours and these include demonstrations of rare instru..

  • 4 Archbishop's Palace Museums Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Bispegt 5 N - 7418 Trondheim

    The palace was the archbishop's residence until it was occupied by Danish governors after the Reformation, and later requisitioned by the army. The East Wing (12C) is the oldest and is given over to the reception rooms. The West Wing (13C) housed the..

  • 5 Old Bridge Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Gamble Bybru N - 7411 Trondheim

    In 1861 the town's old bridge located in the cathedral area replaced an even older bridge dating from the end of the 17C. It affords lovely views of the gabled warehouses along the riverside, timber buildings built on piles in the 18C and painted red..

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