Trondheimsfjord

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Trondheimsfjord

(trôn`hām'sfyôr), inlet of the Norwegian Sea, c.80 mi (130 km) long, W central Norway. It is considered a natural boundary between N and S Norway. Trondheim is on a peninsula in the fjord. The valleys draining into the fjord comprise one of the most fertile agricultural regions of Norway.
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Nord-Trondelag is semi-mountainous and the lowlands along Trondheimsfjorden are characterised by a mosaic of agricultural fields, mainly cereal fields, grass fields, potato and carrot fields, where geese can forage.
You can also kayak on the Nidelva and take a boat trip around the fjord which the city overlooks - the Trondheimsfjorden.
The longest fjord is Sognefjord (127 mi [204 km]), though there are about 30 others of equal importance, such as Varangerfjord, Porsangerfjord, Vestfjorden, Trondheimsfjorden, Handangerfjord, and Oslofjorden.