National Geographic : 1922 Jul
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by P. O. Bugge TRONDHJEM CATHEDRAL, NORWAY Begun about 1020, this pride and glory of Norway is the most northerly cathedral in Europe. The architecture of the oldest parts is Norman, but many changes along early English lines were made. The kings of Norway are crowned here. The cathedral contains the tomb of St. Olaf, the national hero.