Situated on the Banks of the Nidelva river and the historic capital of Norway, Trondheim is home to around 30,000 University students and is a favourite destination of tourists. What's the attraction? Why do so many people choose to visit Trondheim, in Norway? From history to today - Trondheim's Nidelva river and old warehouses now… Continue reading Eight Unique Places to Visit in Trondheim, Norway
Værnes Church, Norway c 1085
Nidaros Cathedral One attraction that everyone comes to see in Trondheim, Norway, is Nidaros Cathedral and yet it is the nearby Værnes church in Storjdal that, for me, holds more fascination, at least in a historical sense. Not only does the Værnes Church have a purpose-built 'Weapons House,' that dates back to Viking times, but … Continue reading Værnes Church, Norway c 1085
The Legacy of Olav and Nidaros
The ancient Battle of Sticklestad might have happened way back in the 11th century. But this Viking and his legacy is still remembered today and celebrated in Norway.
Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Black and White – Trondheim, florals and the sea
A Photography challenge by a new name, but the same fantastic photography challenge, nonetheless. At the same time as Sally's new title for her 'phoneography' challenge, is launched, I have a new smartphone, with much improved photo capabilities, yet to be worked out so, the aging Nexus 4 is the tool behind these: and this:… Continue reading Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Black and White – Trondheim, florals and the sea
Back in Bakklandet – Norway
With every tourist arriving in Trondheim, (Western Norway), heading for the medieval Nidaros Cathedral and the mandatory picture in front of the "Gamle Bybro" ( the Old Town Bridge, built in the late 19th century) shown below, with its iconic carved woodwork, you could be forgiven for asking why you would seek out the back streets of Trondheim.The locals know but do you......