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Nidaros Cathedral

Trondheim is the third largest town in Norway with 170 000 inhabitants. Founded by the Viking King Olav Tryggvason in 997, Trondheim holds a special place in Norwegian history and culture. Today this heritage, combined with our high academic traditions, makes Trondheim an ideal city for work, investment, research, industry and commerce.
More information about Trondheim can be found at:


Bakklandet area, Trondheim

In June, the daytime temperature in Trondheim is usually 10 - 20 degrees Celsisus. The evenings may be chilly, so bring a warm jacket. The summer climate usually features highs of just above 20°C / 68°F, although when the sun is at its very strongest, temperatures have been known to climb right up to 30°C / 86°F. At the time of the summer solstice, the days are almost endless and no sooner has the sun set at midnight, then it is rising again, just three hours later. A weather forecast for Trondheim can be seen here:


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