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National Justice Museum, Trondheim
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Gikk omvisning med guiden Maria som ga museet, som ikke så særlig interessant ut, liv. Fikk vite alle mulige ting om straff og merkelige brott fra datid til nåtid. Anbefaler guide. Dette er et lita mu... read more »Tour guide went with Maria who gave the Museum, which is not so very interesting, life. Got to know all the possible things about punishment and strange brott from then time to present. Recommend guide. This is a little museum that you will not get anything out of unless you follow a guide. Then it will be very interesting. Don't miss the recruiters of the exhibition with the bank slip from Italy etc. The Museum does not fit small children.show original
Olav Tore B
Anbefaler å besøke dette museumet. Her er det mye spennede og uhyggelig å se. Rettshistorisk meget bra. Anbefales.Recommend to visit this museum. Here it is a lot of exciting and scary to see. The Court very well historically. Is recommended.show original
Var på besøk der for en tid tilbake. Dette er noe jeg vil anbefale for andre som har interesse av hva som har skjedd i Norge igjennom årene når det gjelder kriminalitet. For vi ble overasket da det va... read more »Was visiting there for some time back. This is something I would recommend to others who have the interest of what has happened in Norway over the years when it comes to crime. For we were surprised when it was free entry, and we were welcomed by a guide who we could ask if we was wondering something. As well as that they at some point in time had ommvisning.show original
This is such a nice place to visit. Besides having excellent historical lessons and interesting anegdotes, what was really surprising is that you will have a chance to see original Enigma encryption machine. Actually, English mathematician and logician, Alan Turing, managed to crack the Enigma code, what was, according to some historians, turning point in the World War II.
Fabian Kolbergsrud EspelandOKshow original
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