Travel to Trondheim Sights and Attractions in Trondheim

Sights

The Nidaros Cathedral – the largest Gothic medieval church building in the Nordic countries and Norway’s national shrine. Archbishop’s Palacet. The oldest profane building in the Nordic countries (Osthuset), built by Archbishop Eystein 1160-1170; Stifstgarden; Royal residence (the largest timber building in Scandinavia); Kristian Fortress (fantastic view of Trondheim, the fjord and the surroundings, built by General Cicignon after the town fire in 1681); Munkholmen (one-time abbey, fortress and prison); Tyholt Tower (spectacular view and a rotating restaurant); Ravnkloa (at the end of Munkegt, Trondheims liveliest indoor fish market); the old Ravnklo Clock; boats to Munkholmen island.

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77-m forecastle. The bell from the Queenstown was located by divers some fifteen years ago. HM tug George R. Gray ran aground on the Knavestone Rock on 27 October 1918. Commanded by Lieutenant George Beckett RNVR, the tug was bound for Leith, but at 2240 hrs, in dark and foggy weather, she ran onto the Knavestone. The local lifeboat was called out and took off the crew. When inspected the following day, she was shown to have had a heavy list and her back was broken. The George R. Gray disappeared during the night of 30-31 October 1918 and was presumed to have slipped off the rock and foundered. The George R.

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