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Read more: Lysgaard Keramikk

Røros

Lysgaard Keramikk

The gallery-shop presents a wide range of my work, both functional ceramics and sculptures. Each piece is unique. Come to the gallery and choose what...
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Røros

Rørosmuseet Doktortjønna Recreation Park and Femundsmarka national park centre

Recreation park with activities for the whole family. Canoeing, boating, the ’Elias’ boat, fishing, nature trails, domestic animals, playground, ice fishing, ski trails, ski slopes and toboggan runs. Café serving dinner and lunch. National Park centre with information about Femundsmarka National Park and other protected areas in the Røros region.
Read more: Idrettsparken Hotel restaurant Photo: Idrettsparken

Røros

Idrettsparken Hotel restaurant

Function rooms in a cozy setting. Catering. Groups and parties by reservation....
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Aktiviteten Treningssenter

Modern exercise facilities, free weights, treadmills, bicycles, stepping machines, aerobic, spinning, table tennis, solarium, shower/sauna, sale of...

Røros

Røros Sport

Røros Sport is situated in the centre of Begmannsgaten. Can supply you with everything within sport equipment....
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Glåmos

Storli Keramikk

Hand-thrown domestic items. Workshop outlet. Ring or come in and have a look....
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Rørosmeieriet AS - dairy

Our dairy products are organic and have their roots in the culinary traditions of the Røros region....
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Røros

Rørosmuseet - Olavsmine

Join us for an hour’s walk through 300 years of mining history. The guided tour takes you through the Nyberget mine dating from the 17th century and the Olav’s Mine from the 20th century, descending 50 metres below ground and 500 m into the mountain before reaching the massive Miner’s Hall.
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