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This webcam is currently assigned to Porlapaz. It was originally added on March 08, 2010 and has been viewed 76,288 times since then. The current picture above was taken 40 minutes ago, thereby the webcam seems to be currently active. So far, it was added to their personal favorites on webcams.travel by 12 people.

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Courtesy: http://www.portofhelsinki.fi Länsisatama: West Harbor

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Munkholmen (Norwegian, meaning "the monk's islet") is an islet north of Trondheim, Norway in the Trondheimsfjord. The islet has served as a place of execution, a monastery, a fortress, prison, and a World War II anti-aircraft gun station. Today, Munkholmen is a popular tourist attraction and recreation site. Viking years: In the years prior to the founding of Trondheim in 997 by viking king Olav Tryggvason, Munkholmen was used as an execution site by the Earls of Lade. The arrival of Olav Tryggvason to Norway in 995 coincided with a revolt against Haakon Sigurdsson, who was killed by Tormod Kark. The severed heads of both Haakon and Kark were placed on stakes on Munkholmen facing out into the fjord to serve as a warning to visitors. Legend has it that before entering Trondheim, visitors were made to spit on these heads as a tribute to King Olav I of Norway. The tradition of displaying the severed heads of criminals and political opponents was continued for some time, but the heads ... Read more about Munkkisaari on Wikipedia

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