Nidaros


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Nidaros:

see TrondheimTrondheim
, city (1995 pop. 142,792), capital of Sør-Trøndelag co., central Norway, a port on the Trondheimsfjord (an arm of the Atlantic Ocean). It is also known by its original name, Nidaros. The third largest city of Norway, it is a commercial, industrial, and shipping center.
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GOTHIC ROCK Nidaros Cathedral (above) and Daniel perfects his licks at the Rockheim heavy metal museum (below)
Nidaros is a national and international site for pilgrims to reach; the national church and the diocese are very interested in making this visit of the WCC an opportunity to emphasize pilgrimage as a way to be responsible for the world together.
Nidaros It was while at Trondheim I also learned the secrets of an ultra-strong spirit called aquavit, which must have one of the most unusual maturation processes of all liquors.
Yr hen enw arni oedd Nidaros ac fe'i sefydlwyd yn 997 gan y brenin Olav I.
His own disastrous romance arises while wintering at the royal court of King Olaf in Nidaros (modern-day Trondheim).
A member of a health cabinet from West Nidaros Lutheran church and I shared our walking programs with each other.
When I was a kid, all of us cousins went to Camp Nidaros, the Norwegian language camp at Gearhart near Seaside, and then later I went to a summer school in Oslo (Norway), and just being there was very exciting," he said.
German photographer Sven Nieder has photographed the Road to Santiago in Spain and the pilgrimage to Nidaros, known as St.
Appendices contain liturgical documents (in Latin) from Nidaros (Trondheim) and many other northern European cities.
18 In 1154 the bishoprics of the Isle of Man and Orkney were transferred to the jurisdiction of Nidaros - what is that town's modern name?