Ny Tid (Trondheim)
Ny Tid was a Norwegian newspaper established in 1899 by the typographers Joh. Halseth and Alf Scheflo at the same time as they established their own printing office in Trondheim. The publishers meant ...
History of Rosenborg BK
Rosenborg Ballklub is a football club from Trondheim, Norway. It was established in 1917 as Odd by 12 boys, and played local friendlies, became it was not permitted to join the Football Association of...
Rotvoll controversy
The Rotvoll controversy refers to a political controversy in Norway in 1991 concerning the construction of a research and development (R&D) facility for Statoil at Rotvoll outside Trondheim.
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Dalsenget fire
The Dalsenget fire was a disaster where the Dalsenget Depot of Trondheim Sporvei burnt down, destroying almost all of the modern tram fleet. 26 trams, 16 trailers and one working tram were destroyed, ...
Bakke Abbey
10°24′38.38″E / 63.4326639°N 10.4106611°E / 63.4326639; 10.4106611Bakke Abbey was a medieval nunnery in Trondheim in Norway.
Bakke Abbey was founded not later than 1150 an...
Trondheims-Pressen
Trondheims-Pressen was a cooperative newspaper published in Trondheim, Norway from May 8 to May 12, 1945 by Arbeider-Avisen, Nidaros and Adresseavisen.The common newspaper was established after the Se...
Archdiocese of Nidaros
The Archdiocese of Nidaros (or Niðaros) was the metropolitan see covering Norway in the later Middle Ages. The see was the Nidaros Cathedral, in the city of Nidaros (now Trondheim). The archdiocese ...
Arbeider-Avisa
Arbeider-Avisa (founded as Arbeider-Avisen, from 1946 Arbeider-Avisa, from 1993 Avisa Trondheim) was a daily newspaper published in Trondheim, Norway, started in 1924 and defunct in 1996. Until 1989 i...
Nidaros
Nidaros or Niðarós was the medieval name of Trondheim in Norway, when it was the capital of the country's first Christian kings. It was named for its position at the mouth (Old Norse: óss) of the Rive...
Pilgrim's Route
The Pilgrim's Route, (Pilegrimsleden) also known as St. Olav's Way or the Old Kings' Road, was a pilgrimage route to the Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim, Norway, the site of the tomb of St. Olav. The m...
Sonderabteilung Lola
Sonderabteilung Lola (in Norway also known as Rinnanbanden (Rinnan gang)) was an independent group under the German Sicherheitsdienst in Trondheim, KDS Drontheim Referat IV, and consisted of around kn...
Nordstern
Nordstern (En: "North Star"), often erroneously referred to as Neu Drontheim (En: "New Trondheim") , was the Nazi plan for the creation of a new German metropolis in German-occupied Norway during Worl...
Trondheim Tramway controversy
The Trondheim Tramway controversy regards the political discussion of whether Trondheim, Norway, should have a tramway.The first debate came after the 1956 Dalsenget fire, when most of the city's tram...
1681 Trondheim fire
The 1681 Trondheim fire started on 18 April 1681, in a building near Nidelva. Large parts of the centre of Trondheim were destroyed, including the quay houses and Vår Frue Church. Timber merchant Thom...
TS Class 7
TS Class 6 was a series of 28 trams and 15 trailers built by Strømmens Værksted for Trondheim Sporvei. They were delivered in two slightly different batches; ten in 1948–49 and six in 1955.On 10 Octob...
Martial law in Trondheim in 1942
During the occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany, the occupying powers imposed martial law in Trondheim and surrounding areas effective October 6, 1942 through October 12, 1942. During this time, 34 No...