Synagogue and Jewish Museum of Trondheim
Arkitekt Christies gate 1B, 7012 Trondheim, Norvège
Trondheim’s synagogue is doubly unusual: it is the northernmost synagogue in the world and the only one that, for a time, served as a train station! The Jewish community in Trondheim has never really recovered from the mass deportation of its members in March 1942. The city’s Jews were arrested by the Norwegian police and were detained at the Falstad camp, near Trondheim.