Trondenes Historical Centre - Cafè
122 Trondenesveien, Harstad, Norway
77 01 83 80
Trondenes Historical Centre - Cafè Harstad Reviews
the perfect place to start! Mar 06, 2013
Trondenes Historical Center ( in Norwegian: Trondenes Historiske Senter) is a museum located in Trondenes, in the town of Harstad, Northern Norway.
The museum tells the history of Trondenes and all of it's surrounding areas displaying over 2,000 years of history in the region, which was once a Viking Era power centre. Local chieftains included Thorir Hund, who killed Norway's Patron Saint, Saint Olav during the Battle of Stiklestad in 1030. The Trondenes Historical Centre tells the history of the area sonce the early Vikings and up till the 1940's - Nazi German occupation.
a large collection of paintings, artifacts and statues depicting their history and mythology.
The museum is placed close to the historical , stone built - Trondenes Church. The exhibition is permanent and the main focus is being held on the Medieval ages. The museum building also contains a cafeteria and conference rooms.
i loved my Norwegian trip's opening in this amazing place.
Part of the list The Top 10 Things of my travelling Norway ,summer 2012
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