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The tale of the serpent in the seljord Lake have been told since 1750 and have been passed down in spoken form, being only partly written down. You can look for the serpent from the sea serpent tower on Bjørgeøyan.
Os i Østerdalen
Here you can visit the long Tufsingdal esker, which contributes to our understanding of how ablation progressed through the Femund region....
The Smelthytta museum is built on the ruins of the smelter that burnt down in 1975. Here you find exhibitions about the history of the Røros Copper Works, brought to life by models of mines, smelters and technical installations. These models give an excellent impression of the way in which mining operations were carried out and fascinate both children and adults.
Drive up Norway's 2nd highest road and witness a wonderfull panoramic view from Trontoppen. 1660 meters above sea level. The area is also interesting...
A beautiful and monumental bridge spanning the Nidelva river. The bridge is in use and is said to be one of the longest in Northern Europe.
SAS museum presents the history of Scandinavian Airlines System and the airline’s parent companies. The SAS Museum, officially opened in 2003. The majo...
Let yourself wander through eras and explore your ancestral age in a way seldom seen before.
The catamaran MS Havcruise is built specifically for adventures at sea. It is a very stable and comfortable boat with a warm, homely cozy lounge and ample space on deck.
The Lovise Hut was built in 1748 as a smelter hut for the Folldal Works. The foundations of the smelter hut, water chute, materials storehouse, cottage...
Bakke church is just outside the city centre (walking distance) One of two octogonal churches....