Trondheim is a third largest city in Norway, with a population of 170,242 inhabitants within the city borders. It is located on the south shore of the Trondheimsfjord at the mouth of the river Nidelva.
The city has two universities and with a large student population is lively with a lot of live music and cultural events. Most of the downtown area of Trondheim is scattered with small specialty stores and shops, however a considerable part of the downtown shopping area is concentrated around the pedestrianized streets Nordre gate, Olav Tryggvasons gate and Thomas Angells gate even though the rest of the city center also is riddled with everything from old, well established companies to new, hip and trendy shops.
Despite Trondheim being Norway's third largest city, wild animals can be seen. Otters, beavers, badgers and foxes are not uncommon sights. Moose and deer are common in the hills surrounding the city, and might wander into the city, especially in May when the one year olds are chased away by their mothers, or in late winter when food grows scarce in the snow-covered higher regions.
Any runners/walkers will enjoy Ladestien, the 9 mile coastal jogging track that starts 300 yards from the office. Hiking and recreational skiing is available around the city, particularly in Bymarka, which can be reached by the tramway.
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