Jødisk museum Trondheim, Trondheim
(4.4/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • It was a nice Museum would have entranced just looking at the sparkling gems and exhibits. Many people, without worrying about the time and buffet breakfast.
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  • Very interesting place-the former railway station, converted into a synagogue (BTW, most northern Europe). Very interesting to see how a tiny Jewish community (many never 200 people), has created good by the community with a beautiful synagogue and community centre). You can see a small synagogue on the second floor and come down in a very interesting Museum in the basement. The Museum is wonderful and will be interesting for all ages and levels of knowledge about the Jews. Girl guide can answer all questions in English. The Museum is located at 200 metres from the Cathedral and the Tronhejmskogo I strongly recommend it for the visit.
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  • This small museum presents the history of Jews in Norway. Unlike the Netherlands, Norway was not as tolerant of its Jews. A small synagogue can be visited on an upper floor. 
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