The Norwegian National Museum of Justice


In Trondheim, Norway, we have a pretty cool - and entrance-free - museum called the Norwegian National Museum of Justice (locally known as Justismuseet). They even have a very informative website with some online exhibitions as well: Justice Museum website. The best is to visit the place yourself, naturally.†

I have myself been there twice in my lifetime, last time was exactly one year ago. I did spend some time there and studied the exhibitions carefully: quite interesting to say at least. Here are some sampler-images for you to enjoy.†

Curtains of the heavy kind.†

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Not only a straight-jacket, but also a cage should you be extra wild.

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A bed from “Reitgjerdet” - a former treatment center for the insane in Trondheim.

Verious tools and medications used at “Reitgjerdet”.†

A police desk from Trondheim Police Station (“lennsmannskontor”).

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Yes, that is indeed a nail through the skull. Punishment was lethal. †

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A German World War 2 Enigma code-machine.†

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German soldeirs uniform from World War 2.

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Counterfeit money produced in Trondheim, 1 billion NOK.

Foreign and Norwegian counterfeit money.

More locally produced counterfeit money.†

More locally produced counterfeit money.†

More locally produced counterfeit money.†

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- and even more locally produced counterfeit money.†

Aerial photo of LADE, Trondheim, showing the location of the airport which was made there by Germans invation-force during WW2.†




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