10 reasons why Trondheim is awesome
Trondheim is the third largest city of Norway in terms of population and area. The city is proud to be the Administrative Center of its county of Sør-Trøndelag. The beauty of the city is enhanced due to the fact that it is located on the South Shore of river Nidelva with an outstanding harbor and protected condition. River Nidelva is a small river and is also the attraction point for many tourists. The total population of the city is almost 170,000 people. Vikings King Olav Tryggvason named the city as Kaupangen which means “a place for marketing or trading” in the year of 997.
When talking about the most highlighted, prominent and famous things of the city we came to know something interesting. Unlike many other cities of the Norway whose reason of publicity are their beauty, recreational activities and adventurous sports, this city has something different and progressive. The city is well-known for having highly advanced research centers, universities, schools and other scientific institutions. As a matter of fact we can say that the city of Trondheim is the home of numerous technology and research oriented institutions.