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Norway's Trondheim is Europe's new 'pilgrim hotspot'
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30 July 2012
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Thousands of people are attending a landmark festival in Norway to remember Scandinavia's most famous Catholic saint -- St Olav. In fact, the city of Trondheim is one of Europe's fastest growing pilgrim destinations. It was Norway's first capital, founded in 997 on the country's western coast. Today it is a university city with a thriving technology sector. Nidaros cathedral in Trondheim is a place Norwegians call their national sanctuary. 'Our cathedral is the most popular pilgrim site in Scandinavia, if not in northern Europe,' insists Randi Haugen who directs St Olav's Festival. It is based on an annual event staged in medieval times. This week is the 50th anniversary of the pilgrimage being revived.
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