Trondheimsfjord

Trondheimsfjord (trônˈhāmˌsfyôr) [key], inlet of the Norwegian Sea, c.80 mi (130 km) long, W central Norway. It is considered a natural boundary between N and S Norway. Trondheim is on a peninsula in the fjord. The valleys draining into the fjord comprise one of the most fertile agricultural regions of Norway.

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