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... church, a position of power in the political landscape. By the end of the 13th century the king took back the rights and the archbishop was forced out of production. They got the rights back in the 1500's by which time I'm guessing it was a Lutheran church. Once again, this gave the church a position of power and prestige. So much so, that the last three Archbishops had their own images stamped upon the coins, instead of that of the ...
I've decided that Trondheim is my favourite city so far for living in. There's less to see here in terms of tourist attractions, compared to Oslo or Bergen, but I think that's partly what makes it feel so chilled out. I decided to walk out of town today to the Trøndelag folk museum. It was about an hour's walk, mostly uphill, but the weather was sunny and I got to see some of the less touristy parts of town. I walked past parks, amphitheatres, community centres, cafés and ...
... really sure who or what it serves, but it was a little bit of wonderful Norwegian weirdness. I'd booked this particular train journey in advance as a cheap way of covering a lot of ground, so I was pleasantly surprised to discover that Raumabanen, the line that runs along the Rauma valley, is one of NSB's (Norwegian Rail) feature routes - you get a leaflet showing you the route and it's advertised as the most beautiful train journey in Europe. ...
... part of town. On our way we also saw an elevator to pull bikers up the hill. Looked very difficult to do, but probably very practical once you know how to do this.
When walking through Trondheim, it very much reminds of walking through some city parts of Sydney, similar type of wooden housing, very colorful and packed, combined with the harbor and the surrounding water, the resemblance is high. Even the costs of having ...
... in two speeds: normal and beginner. We continued on across the old Gamle Bybro bridge to the Nidros Cathedral. Our guide gave us a brief history of the cathedral – and this time she finally seemed to know a bit more, but still couldn’t tell us who all of the statues across the front of the cathedral represented. The cathedral is the primary tourist attraction in the city. It was built first as a Catholic cathedral but was changed to a ...