Trondheim, the country's old capital city, has unquestionably remained the heart and soul of Norway. Located at the far end of a fjord, at the mouth of the Nidelva, the city which still crowns the kings blends tradition and nature. With Nidaros's Gothic cathedral, the History of Music Museum, Saint Olaf's festival and salmon fishing in the city centre, Trondheim does not lack points of interest....
The city of Trondheim was founded by the Viking King Olaf Tryggvason in 997.
Nidaros cathedral was built in 1070 on top of the tomb of St. Olaf, the patron saint of Norway.
Trondheim stands at the mouth of the river Nidelva, before it flows into Trondheim fjord.
A row of colourful houses in the third biggest city in Norway
A close-up of the facade of Nidaros cathedral in Trondheim, Norway
The statue of Leif Erikson stands welcoming the boats into Trondheim port!
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