There have been a Christmas market in town for the last couple of weeks. It was an hour drive for me to go, but well worth it. There is a certain athmosphere in a market like this, and it was very nice even if it was quite cold.
The market was held for the 10th time, with locally made crafts and food. But since Trondheim is a medieval town, I am quite sure the Christmas market have a long history in norwegian towns. They just didn’t look like this. By the way, the city of Trondheim send a big christmas tree to Hamburg in Germany every year. It is cut just outside the city like the tree on these photos.