Coloured glass and pieces of leading were found in the course of archaeological excavations in the Archbishop's Palace in the 1990s. This shows that Nidaros Cathedral had stained-glass windows in the Middle Ages. Artist Gabriel Kielland made new stained-glass windows for the whole cathedral between 1908 and 1934.
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