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Inspired by the Oslo Restaurering thread I thought I'd make a similar thread here. It crosses into similar territory as the Trondheim som den kunne ha vært thread, but while it focuses on projects that were never realised, this thread will focus on buildings that were either torn down or ruined by renovation.

Lets start off with a very good looking building that was known as Munken, and stood next to Torget. It was built in 1906 and torn down in 1971 after a fire. A great loss.


Munken / Kongens gate 18 (1933) by Trondheim Byarkiv, on Flickr
 

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After a couple of sad cases, lets do a positive one. Until the late Eighties there was an ugly building next to what is now Olavskvartalet, but then tastes changed, I suppose, and it turned out that underneath were two older buildings, largely undamaged, that are now restored.


Brann i Kleingården (1980) by Trondheim Byarkiv, on Flickr


Olav Tryggvasons gate by Hege., on Flickr
 
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Rådhuset ble da fint etterpå også. Takene er annerledes. Mer som et gresk tempel.
 

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Med et høyhus på Kjeldsberg-tomten på Sluppen, Trondheim Tower på Sorgenfri og et par høyhus på tomta i Holtermanssveien, så kan det jo begynne å hjelpe på... hvis man klarer å se alle samtidig fra en gunstig vinkel ;)
 

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Hvis du står i Elgesetergate (f.eks ved det nye HiST-bygget) og ser opp mot Gløshaugen, ser du en ganske tydelig og stilig skyline, fra spirene på Hovedbygget, via Elektrobygget, tårnene i Sentralbygget, Kjemiblokkene og helt bort til det kjempestore Realfagsbygget. NTNU alt sammen, men fortsatt ganske stilig.
 
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