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Gamle Bybro at Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag County, at central part of Norway. In English: Old Town Bridge was built in 1681. Getty. Norway’s third largest city isn’t normally on the radar of many international visitors who often prefer the allure of the fjords or the Scandi-cool of Sweden or Denmark. Yet Trondheim has a whole heap going for it, not least the contrast of young and old. A quick walk through the city’s compact central district is all it takes to appreciate these charms. Trondheim’s NTNU University attracts the brightest minds in science and technology, giving the city a dynamic vibe set amid the historical context of medieval churches and narrow, cobblestone alleys. It doesn’t... Full story

19 February