City walk in the Jewish Trondheim Festival’s annual city walk
City walks in the Jewish city of Trondheim is one of the regular and at the same time most popular program items at the festival. The route goes from the synagogue down through the city to Nerbyen where we walk in Brattørveita, Krambugata and the surrounding area, and hear about how the city’s first Jewish shops were established, and the environment they created in this old part of Trondheim. The first Jewish immigrants here were involved in transforming and transforming the city into a vibrant commercial center. Many farmers who took the boat across the fjord to buy clothes and other things visited these shops that were scattered around the areas in Nerbyen and along Innherredsveien. Today, there are only a few memorials in the form of stumbling blocks that testify that Jews lived in these streets.
Two groups follow the same route, but not at the same time.
Group 1 is led by principal Ralph Buchmann and historian Terje Bratberg.
Group 2 is led by art historian Daniel Johansen and historian Sebastian Klein.
Attendance: The Synagogue.
Ticket price NOK 100