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Passeios turísticos e pontos de referência em Trondheim

Museus de arte

Museu de Arte
“Rockheim, the iconic museum of Rock and roll. The building in it self is a must see with its lights, I recommend to go after dark to see the building. ”
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Museu de Arte
“Trondheim Art Museum, abbreviated TKM, formerly Trøndelag Kunstgalleri, is a public institution in Trondheim. On 1 January 2009, the museum became part of the museums in Sør-Trøndelag AS (MiST). TKM presents temporary exhibitions with international and regional art, as well as works that are part of the museum's own large art collection. The museum has Norway's third largest public art collection, with emphasis on Norwegian art from approx. 1850 until today. [1] The collection contains famous works such as Harald Sohlberg's "Night" (Røros church) (1904), Georg Jacobsen's "Haren" (1922) and Peder Balkes "North Cape" (1870s).”
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Museus de história

Island
“Munkholmen (norrønt Hólmr, Niðarhólmr) is a small island of 13 acres located approx. 2 km outside Trondheim city center in the Trondheim Fjord. In the summer season, the island is now a popular departure point, with opportunities for swimming and sunbathing. There is also a café there and a small restaurant with outdoor seating. There is a boat from Ravnkloa in Trondheim. Munkholmen has a rich history and is protected. You hear about Munkholmen in Snorre, where it is called Nidarholm and was used as a courtyard. Until the Reformation, Nidarholm Monastery was on the island. In the 17th century, the name Munkholmen was used, and the fortress of Munckholm was established. Parts of the fortress is today a landmark. The fortress was used as a state prison, and the most famous prisoner sitting there was Peder Schumacher Griffenfeld. The French author Victor Hugo wrote the novel Fangen on Munkholmen about his captivity here. During World War II, the Germans built fast”
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History Museum
“At Ringve music museum you can get a guided tour through the Norwegian music history and experience how music and instruments have developed over time. The museum also has an outdoor botanic garden.”
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History Museum
“Ringve is Norway's national museum for music and musical instruments with items from around the world. The museum is idyllically situated in an old summer estate at Lade, right in Ringve Botanical Garden. Museum shop and cafe.”
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Paisagens incríveis

Castelo
“Get a great view over Trondheim city from Kristiansten Festning. On a sunny day - bring a book or some snacks and just hang out and enjoy the view. Free entrance.”
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Ponte
“The oldest bridge in the town, and you can see the historic wharves from the bridge.”
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Paisagem incrível
“Tower with view to all of Trondheim. The restaurant on top "Egon" is not recommended, but it's a nice experience.”
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Castelo
“In a park, With awesome views. Perfect for picnics and barbeques in the summer. ”
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Castelo
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Ponte
“Nice old bridge. Excellent view from the bridge to the old wooden buliding along the river.”
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Paisagem incrível
“I 2000 ble det på toppen av Ladehammeren reist et europeisk fredsmonument: Equilibrio Nord som er laget av den tyske kunstneren Rolf Schaffner. Ladehammeren er et berg på Ladehalvøya i Trondheim kommune i Sør-Trøndelag. Høyeste punkt er 71 meter over havet. Ladehammeren var vardefjell i sagatiden og det finnes en gravrøys her. Den høyeste toppen kalles også Våttåhaugen. På et kart fra Trondheim 1658 vises en fyrlykt på hammeren. På 1700-tallet var det planer om å bygge en festning. Fra 1848 hadde de militære sine krutthus på Ladehammeren. Tyskerne bygde en del festningsanlegg her under andre verdenskrig.”
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Locais históricos

Igreja
“Visiting Trondheim without going to the cathedral is like visiting Paris without climbing the Eiffel Tower. It is quite touristy and expensive, but for most people a must-do. And you can choose to admire it from the outside for free. If you go inside, I recommend to pay the extra 50 NOK to go up to the tower, with a great view of Trondheim.”
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Igreja
“I guess this is a must-see while visiting Trondheim. I've never been inside, but I've heard that the inside is very beautiful, just like the outside. ”
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Castelo
“Get a great view over Trondheim city from Kristiansten Festning. On a sunny day - bring a book or some snacks and just hang out and enjoy the view. Free entrance.”
  • 14 moradores locais recomendam
Igreja
“Nidarosdomen is the most famous sight in Trondheim. It's a beautiful cathedral and a must see for fans of church architecture.”
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Castelo
“In a park, With awesome views. Perfect for picnics and barbeques in the summer. ”
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Castelo
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Museum
“Right next to Nidarosdomen is the Archbishop's Palace. The King’s crown and the other items that make up the Regalia of Norway are exhibited in the west wing of the Archbishop’s Palace. This priceless historical collection symbolises more than a millennium of the monarchy as Norway’s form of government. The King’s crown was acquired by King Charles III John for his coronation in 1818. The crown has since been used for four coronations and benedictions.”
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Local Histórico
“Stiftsgården, built during 1774- 78 by the ambitious widow and privy counsellor Cecilie Christine Schøller, it is the largest wooden palace in Scandinavia.”
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Bibliotecas

Library
“During excavation work on the site of the new public library, archaeologists found the ruins of what is thought to be Olavskirken, a church dating back to the mid-12th century.”
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