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The Church of Our Lady in Trondheim was celebrating its 800th anniversary in 2007 on the evidence that the church was mentioned for the first time in written sources dating from 1207. It was restored in 1739, but parts of the thick walls of the...more
From outside you can easily see that this is an old church, and indeed, it is one of the best retained churches from medieval time. More modest than the grand cathedral, which has been rebuilt several times. this one is more generous. At the entrance...More
The oldest part of this church dates to the 12th century with parts rebuilt after fires in the 15th-17th centuries. This church is not ornate like the cathedral a few blocks away and a little plain, but it has its own charm. It opened at...More
We stopped in as we were waiting for noon on a holiday Sunday when other things around town would open. It is an old stone church. It has a pretty alter that came from the Nidaros Cathedral and otherwise a simple interior. They seem to...More
This church unlike many others is very warm inside thanks to a charity which operates some sort of a cafe at the back of the church for the needy. The actually church is very close the the Torg Square and is a Lutheran Parish Church....More
We just nipped in and sat down to take in the peaceful atmosphere. There was a cafe at the back of the church that offered warm food and a warm place to stay for those in need. This is my kind of church! It is...More
Besides being beautiful, this church has a small cafe in the back of the sanctuary and provides food and drink for needy people in the community. They allow folks to lay down and rest on the pews. It seems like a pretty great idea to...More