Munkholmen Island

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Munkholmen Island was Trondheim’s execution site in the Viking era. Benedictine monks built a monastery on the island in the early 11th century, probably one of the earliest monasteries in Scandinavia. In 1658 it was converted into a prison and fortress, and later a customs house. Its most famous inmate was the Danish Count Peder Griffenfeld, who spent 18 years as a prisoner there. Today “The Monks' Island” is a popular recreational area, with a nice beach and a restaurant, which is open in the summer months from May to September.

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Best Western Stav Hotel - Accommodation

Entfernung: 17,3 km
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Hauganfjæra Camping

Entfernung: 16,4 km
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Valberg Slektsgård

Entfernung: 18,2 km
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