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Nidaros Cathedral is the national sanctuary of Norway. Work began in 1070, and the building was completed in about 1300. After being damaged by fire, it lay largely in ruins for several hundred years. In 1869 extensive restorations were begun, and a...more
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Nidarosdomen was beautiful to see, the detail was amazing inside and outside. In order to enter the church you first must visit the gift shop which is adjacent to the church and purchase a ticket. While in the church there was a man playing the...More
This is definitely worth a visit. We were lucky to see it on a beautiful blue skied, snowy day and it looked stunning. We got some amazing photos in the cemetery with lovely long shadows. The architecture is quite stunning both inside and out, it...More
It is a grand majestic structure next to Nidelva which was witness to several major historical events in Norway. It was where coronation ceremony was performed until it was abolished. It is a must visit in Trondheim, be it both summer or winter
Nice church - from the outside.
St. Peter in Rome, the High Dome in Cologne, Notre Dame in Paris - you can enter there for free all the day and visit or pray.
I WILL NEVER EVER PAY 110NOK TO ENTER A CHURCH
Visited as part of a city tour of Trondheim, from a Hurtigruten Cruise. Extremely good guide in the cathedral, called Emile. Gave us an excellent, potted history of the building and of St Olav. Lovely building and would have liked more time to look round....More
I live in Trondheim, and I still am amazed by the amount of details there is on this building. Go inside and take a look or take a tour to get some more history.
Don`t forget to take a stroll "behind" the church next to...More
We had arrived on the Hertigruten ferry and decided to walk to the cathedral which opened at 9am. We bought our tickets in the shop/cafe which wasn’t cheap at around £24 for the two of us. We somehow ended up with a tour group and...More
It depends on the season. The "pilgrims" show up in the summer, that I am sure about and when they do there are in fact daily, evening organ recittals for them and you can sit with the pilgrims and listens along.