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That sea-blue houses a most wonderful place...thanks for taking us there...can very much feel the spirit of the place... Happy weekend, Britt-Arnhild :o)

This was very interesting. That is so sad, that only 4 men returned. I don't wish to sound ignorant but here goes. Is there a lot of religious tolerance in Norway? I just remember my Norwegian Lutheran relatives not being tolerant of other religions. They ostracized my cousin because she married a Catholic. (that was back in the 50's or 60's when I was still a child)

This was a worthwhile if very sad place to see. I grieve that we human beings do such terrible things to one another. But we also do good things and I hope my life will help that increase. But it is heartbreaking.

I can't tell you how much I appreciated seeing all this. It could break your heart.

Congratulations on your brand new blog! You live in a wonderful city! I enjoyed so much those beautiful photos and I will return soon.

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Trondheim Through al Seasons

  • I love to travel, and often you find me somewhere around the world, taking photos, writing, exploring. Through a this I aways have Trondheim on my mind. The city where I live and work, and after being a blogger, bogging daily in The House in the Woods, for almost 5 years, it was high time to start a Trondheom blog. Several people have been and are my inspiration. I want to mention especialy Merisis in the Merisi - Vienna for Begiiners blog and also Ivar Mølksnes and his "Byglimt" in the main paper in Trondheim and Midt Norge.

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  • About me
    I am living in a red house surrounded by a blue garden near Trondheim, Norway. I love everydays and post about my steps through life. Britt-Arnhild's House in the Woods is open to everybody. Welcome over!