Lademoen Church

Trondheim, Norway

Lademoen Church is the second largest church in the city of Trondheim. It was completed in 1905 and represents Jugend and Neo-Romanticism styles.

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Founded: 1905
Category: Religious sites in Norway

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Ninja (7 months ago)
It’s a church.... decide for yourself.
sune jakobsson (2 years ago)
Nice concert
dragonspyro zeldaganon (3 years ago)
ok.
Øyvind Nilsen (3 years ago)
This big stone church (style: art nouveau) was completed in 1905 (building started in 1903). The church was built after blueprints by the architect Ole Eriksen Stein. This the second biggest church in Trondheim (after the nidarosdomen cathedral). It is located in a park where the locals go to hang out and grill when the weather is good.
Potetsøster (3 years ago)
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