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Nidelva

Nidelva, Trondheim Municipality, Norway

Lake/ River/ Ponds

About Nidelva

Nidelva is a river in Trondheim Municipality in Trøndelag county, Norway. The name of the 30-kilometer long river translates to "the River Nid" since the suffix Elva or elven is the Norwegian word for "river". It starts at the Hyttfossen waterfall which rises from Bjørsjøen.



Attractions near Nidelva

Dora II0.37km from Nidelva

Dora II is an unfinished German submarine base and submarine pen or bunker in Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway, which is next to Dora I. Construction of the bunker was undertaken during the Second World War, but the complex was never finished unlike Dora I. Trondheim was traditionally referred to as Drontheim in German, and the name DORA is the letter “D” in the German phonetic alphabet.

Brattøra0.74km from Nidelva

A beautiful island in the heart of  Trondheim. The island is connected to the western parts of Trondheim by the Skansen Tunnel which was completed in 2010.  most of the island is used by Trondheim Central Station and Trondheim Port.

Rockheim0.82km from Nidelva

Rockheim is the National Museum of Popular Music. Rockheim will collect, preserve and disseminate Norwegian popular music from the 1950s until today. Rockheim is located on the Brattørkaia in Trondheim. The building itself is a visual attraction in the evenings and wintertime, with luminous, changing colors and patterns on the facades.

Bakke Church1.2km from Nidelva

Bakke Church is a parish church in the municipality of Trondheim in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. It is located in the Bakklandet area of the city of Trondheim.  The octagonal wooden church was built in 1715 and designed by the architect Johan Christopher Hempel. It is the oldest building in the Bakklandet area of Trondheim since it was the only building that was spared during the Swedish siege of 1718.

Stiftsgården1.62km from Nidelva

tiftsgården is the official Royal Residence in Trondheim, where the Royal Family lives if they are visiting the city or the region of Trøndelag. The building is a magnificent example of 18th architecture. It was built between 1774 and 1778 for Lady Cecilie Christine Schøller (1720-1786), an ambitious widow of chamberlain Stie Tønsberg Schøller. It was one of the key attractions in this area.

Our Lady Church1.69km from Nidelva

The Church of Our Lady is a medieval stone church with a fascinating and rich history. Located in the heart of Trondheim, the church is one of the most famous landmarks in the city. Today the church has a diverse range of responsibilities, regularly holding services and functioning as a shelter for the city’s less fortunate population.

Where is Nidelva

Discover more attractions in Trøndelag, where Nidelva is located

Trøndelag37 attractions

Trøndelag is one of the most fertile regions of Norway, with large agricultural output. Trøndelag is home to great valleys, major rivers famous for salmon fisheries, and a few major islands as well as thousands of smaller islands.