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Trondheim is a city and municipality in the county of Sør-Trøndelag, Norway. With its more than 150,000 inhabitants, Trondheim is the third largest city of the country. The highest elevation is in Storheia, 565 metres (≈1850 ft) above sea level. The city is situated next to a large fjord–Trondheimsfjorden (130 km long).
Trondheim is a city and municipality in the county of Sør-Trøndelag, Norway. With its more than 150,000 inhabitants, Trondheim is the third largest city of the country.
by megselv September 27, 2005
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the capital of the trønder people. old and small town. BØRGE BRENDE comes from trondheim (I think..?)
when you`re in trondheim, you have to dring e.c.dahls beer!
æ e TRONDHEIMert æ, å hærregud så tøff æ e!
by knut January 25, 2005
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The third largest city in Norway, located in the middle of the country, in the county of Sør-Trøndelag. It is a beautiful city worth a visit. The people who live in Trondheim and in the rest of Trøndelag are called "trøndere", said to be an optimistic group of people.

Trondheim is among other things famous for all it's history and tourist attractions connected to it (like the national cathedral, The Nidaros Cathedral), much of it connected to the vikings. Back in the middle ages, the city was capital of Norway and called 'Nidaros' before Norway went under Danish rule. The city was founded by Olav Tryggvason in 997.

Trøndelag is also known for it's own "genre" within rock called trønderrock. The genre in itself isn't defined, and it's only definiton is music from groups or artists from Trøndelag. Some notable names within this category is the group DDE, and Åge Aleksandersen. Trondheim made itself even more noticed as a musical city when Norway's national museum for rock music, "Rockheim" (translation: Rockhome), was built there a few years ago. A world-class museum of music and musical instruments, containing a grand collection of musical instruments from all-through the times, called "Ringve Museum" is also located in Trondheim.

Trondheim is located right by a large fjord, Trondheimsfjorden. There are many advantages Trondheim gets from this, like the tourists travelling with the ferry, and a constant supply of fresh fish.
The ferry Hurtigruta goes along the Norwegian coast, stopping by cities such as Bergen and Trondheim. A lot of tourists take it, and the trip comes with a beautiful view of the Norwegian coastline with all it's fjords.
by M. Cullen Hightopp August 13, 2012
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Trondheim is the third biggest city in Norway and the biggest city in Trøndelag.

People from Trondheim and trøndelag are modest and depressive. The only loud people are people singing dark heavy metal.

Some people say Trondheim is really beautiful, but Bergen is by far more so.
Stupid bimbo woman: Let's go to Trondheim, to see the the really beautiful city and get in touch with the cozy locals!
Honky dude: No, it's just boring there. Let's go to Bergen in stead!
by Skiven January 15, 2011
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