Norges Teknisk-Naturvitenskapelige Universitet, NTNU, Trondheim
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  • The main building at Gløshaugen is a great building. It is built in the same style as the Nidaros Cathedral, which was settled after a design competition. Try a visit open everyday between 8-16, so that one can go in and take a look. The sciences built is located on the other end of Gløshaugen and also has a lot of Nice to look at
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  • I had some spare time, so I decided to go there. The main building is quite nice. NTNU is the most famous university in Norway. 
  • On the Hill in the distance, Gløshaugen walking from the city centre is the University NTNU. A flashy main building is located in the front and with the façade facing out of Trondheim, Norway. This is a signal building with back-end buildings, for a variety of the different departments and faculties. Eventually there will be a continuous collection of developed and faculties that ties the whole University of Trondheim GEO together with an axis from Gløshaugen via Teknobyen, St. Olavs Hospital and to the medieval Kalvskinnet. This will be the big campus that makes the University of Trondheim to one of the largest in Norway.
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