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The Archbishop's Palace Museum, Trondheim
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The cathedral, which was pretty much gutted by fire and then left to rot for many years, has been very successfully restored and this museum houses the original artefacts from the cathedral. These inc... read more »
Дворец архиепископа был домом архиепископа, духовным и политическим центром с середины 1100-х годов до Реформации. Норвежские регалии выставлены в средневековом зале. Здесь собраны: оригинальные скуль... read more »Archbishop's Palace was the home of the Archbishop, the spiritual and political Center since the mid-1990s 1100 until the Reformation. The Norwegian regalia are exhibited in the medieval Hall. Here you can find: original sculptures from Nidaros Cathedral.show original
A Great Place to visit in Trondheim Norway. I really enjoyed the area where the coins were minted and the tile floor which kept workers from burying coins under the dirt floors. The highlight however ... read more »
Eirik Lord of Pickles
Set in a new building at the rear of the courtyard of the Archbishop's residence, the museum at first seemd unassuming. The admissions price was reasonable (90 NOK at the time of writing) and I thought the main level was the whole museum. I was wrong: there is a good sized lower level with many artifacts and displays, as well as an upper mezzanine. The place was pleasantly large and I spent a good hour and a half taking it in. What you'll find inside are original pieces of statues recovered from restoration of the cathedral done in the 1990s. These pieces were simply thrown into the walls to rebuild following a massive fire in Trondheim in the 1500s. They are interesting to look at for the art style and details and date back to the 1100s and 1200s. Downstairs are numerous displays and artifacts derailing the way the Archbishop's residence and surroundings were going back in time, from examples of weapons and coins to how things were built and models of how the area changed over time. These displays are set in the footprint of the actual original walls that were excavated in the 1990s. It's a fascinating walk through history. Overall I recommend this museum without hesitation. It was basically my favorite place in Trondheim.
Henrik Meistad Pedersen
A tourist spot to visit close to the cathedral
Mykje interessant historie, spesielt kronjuvelane i kjellaren
Fabian OertigNice Museumshow original
Andreas JohnsenNice place, the basement is recommended.show original
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