Trondheim to the North Cape Sights

Munkholmen

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Updated 12/05/2012

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Now a swimming and recreation area, Munkholmen (meaning Monk's Islet) was Trondheim's execution grounds in ancient times. In the 11th century, Benedictine monks built a monastery here that was likely one of the first in Scandinavia. In 1658 the monastery was converted into a prison and fort and, later, a customs house. Boats to Munkolmen depart from the Ravnkloa fish market.

Sight Information

Address:

Norway

Phone:

/73–80–63–00

Sight Details:

  • Free; ferry NKr 70 round-trip
  • Boats depart on the hour: mid-May and early Aug.–early Sept., daily 10–4; June–early Aug., daily 10–6

Updated 12/05/2012

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