Nidaros Cathedral is a Church of Norway cathedral located in the city of Trondheim in Norway and is built over the burial site of Saint Olav, the king of Norway in the 11th century, the patron saint of the nation. It is the traditional location for the consecration of the King of Norway. It was built from 1070 to 1300 and after the Protestant Reformation, it was taken from the Roman Catholics by the Lutheran Church in 1537. It is the northernmost medieval cathedral in the world.
Members of the Den Norske Legion were issued with its own unit sleeve title bearing the name “Frw. Legion Norwegen” in silver script on a black background, and in some cases the circular Saint Olaf (Patron Saint of Norway) Cross with upright swords.
Holy Well. St Olave, Old Jewry is dedicated to the 11th century patron saint of Norway, St Olaf. Old Jewry was the precinct of medieval London largely occupied and populated by Jews until their expulsion from England in 1290. The church is also recorded as St Olave in Colechirchlane and St Olave, Upwell, the latter appellation coming from a well under the east end of the church.