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Trondheim, formerly known as Kaupangen, Nidaros, and Trondhjem, is a city and municipality in the county of Sør-Trøndelag , Norway. It has a population of 187,353 (as of January 1, 2016) and is Norway’s third most populated municipality, despite being the country’s fourth biggest metropolitan area.

It is the third biggest city in the nation, having a population of 169,972 (2013) inside its limits. The city serves as the administrative center for the county of Sør-Trøndelag . Trondheim is located near the mouth of the Nidelva River on the south coast of the Trondheimsfjord. The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), the Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research (SINTEF), St. Olavs University Hospital, and other technology-oriented organizations dominate the city.

The village was established in 997 as a trade port, and it served as Norway’s capital throughout the Viking Age until 1217. The city was the capital of the Catholic Archdiocese of Nidaros from 1152 until 1537; since then, it has been the headquarters of the Lutheran Diocese of Nidaros and the Nidaros Cathedral. It was founded in 1838. Trondheim amalgamated with Byneset, Leinstrand, Strinda, and Tiller in 1964 to form the present municipality.

Trondheim – Info Card

POPULATION :• City 183,960
• Metro 267,132
FOUNDED :  997
TIME ZONE :• Time zone CET (UTC+1)
• Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
LANGUAGE : Bokmal Norwegian (official), Nynorsk Norwegian (official)
RELIGION :  Church of Norway 85.7%, Pentecostal 1%, Roman Catholic 1%, other Christian 2.4%, Muslim 1.8%, other 8.1%
AREA :• City 321.81 km2 (124.25 sq mi)
• Urban 342.30 km2 (132.16 sq mi)
• Metro 7,295 km2 (2,817 sq mi)
COORDINATES : 63°25′47″N 10°23′36″E
SEX RATIO : Male: 50.05%
 Female: 49.95%

Tourism in Trondheim

Trondheim, often known as Trondhjem or Nidaros, is a historic city in central Norway. It is an important city in Norway, with a beautiful cathedral dominating the skyline and the university dominating city life. Downtown Trondheim is situated inside a big river bend where the river joins the vast Trondheimsfjord.

Trondheim is Norway’s oldest significant city, and its rich legacy can still be seen in and around the city center. It’s a beautiful city on the southern coast of the Trondheimsfjord, Norway’s third longest and widest fjord, which is almost like a little ocean. Trondheim, despite its small size, has a lot going on. Music, arts, culture, alternative politics, nightlife, and student life all combine to make Trondheim one of Northern Europe’s most interesting city centers.

The majority of Trondheim’s city center is filled with modest specialty stores. The main shopping area, however, is concentrated around the pedestrianised streets Nordre gate (English: Northern street), Olav Tryggvasons gate, and Thomas Angells gate, despite the fact that the rest of the city centre is filled with everything from old, well-established businesses to new, hip and trendy shops.

Climate of Trondheim

The climate is oceanic, similar to Scotland, and Trondheim is warmed by the Gulf Stream in the winter. As a result, the winters are more warmer than one would anticipate at 63° north, with temperatures reaching +10°C well into October. There is snow in the winter, but the temperature is much more agreeable than in, say, Canada or Finland at the same latitude. However, don’t anticipate Mediterranean temps in the summer. Strong winds are prevalent due to the location’s proximity to the Atlantic Ocean; also, few days are free of rain, therefore it’s a good idea to pack a jacket even in the summer.

Geography of Trondheim

Trondheim is located where the Nidelva River meets the Trondheimsfjorden, and it has a great harbor and a protected location. In the Middle Ages, the river was deep enough for most vessels. In the mid-17th century, an avalanche of mud and stones rendered it less navigable and partially destroyed the port. The municipality’s highest point is the Storheia hill, which rises 565 meters (1,854 feet) above sea level. The sun rises at 03:00 and sets at 23:40 on the summer solstice, but remains just below the horizon–there is no darkness (no need for artificial lighting outside) from 23 May to 19 July under cloud-free circumstances. At the winter solstice, the sun rises at 10:01, remains relatively low above the horizon (it is little more than 3 degrees over the horizon at noon), and sets at 14:31.

Internet, Communication in Trondheim

Since most individuals are connected at home, Internet cafés are sparse. However, there are a few PCs dedicated for tourists at select museums and public buildings, as well as more at the public library (maybe waiting time). Free Wi-Fi is almost certainly available in your hotel room.

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