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Trondheimsfjord's Top Five

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munkholmen, 7010 Trondheim, Norway
The small one-hectare (three-acre) island just off of Trondheim has an incredibly bleak history. Munkholmen (Monk’s Islet) began life as an execution site in the age of the Vikings, before becoming home to Benedictine monks as Norway's first...
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Built in 1985 as a transmitter for the Norwegian state broadcaster, Tyholt Tower (Tyholttårnet) today has a second purpose, too. Almost 80 meters (262 feet) up the 124-meter-high (407-foot) tower is Norway’s only revolving restaurant, where...
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Ørland, Norway
This tiny local airport sits at the end of the Fosen Peninsula with water on three sides. Besides offering one passenger flight to Oslo, the airport functions as an important NATO air base operated by the Royal Norwegian Air Force. The runway's...
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Ansnes Brygger, 7241 Ansnes, Norway
The largest Norwegian island south of the Arctic Circle marks the entrance to the Trondheimsfjord. Hitra is famous for its population of red deer, which are even featured on the island’s coat of arms. Underwater tunnels link Hitra and neighboring...
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Klosterveien 195, 7100 Rissa, Norway
The ruins of a 13th-century Roman Catholic convent are visible high on a hill that overlooks the fjord and the otherwise flat landscape of this part of the Fosen Peninsula. There's not much information about the Rein Abbey as few written records...