Kjerkgata 39, 7374 Røros, Norway
About Røros Church
Røros church - also called "The pride of the mining town" - was built in the golden age of the Røros Copper Company. The building was finished in 1784 and is one of the largest churches in Norway, with 1600 seats. It now emerges in its entire splendor after an extensive restoration that was completed in 2010.
Attractions near Røros Church
Forollhogna is a mountain area in central Norway. At the heart of this area lies the Forollhogna National Park. Lush valleys with traditional mountain farms stretch onto the mountain plateau from all sides. The villages on the outskirts are home to one of the most vibrant farming communities found in Norway. The scenery of Forollhogna consists of large alpine areas, with gentle slopes rising from the valleys below—an area often referred to as "the gentle mountains".
Gauldal or Gauldalen (English: Gaula River valley) is a valley and traditional district in Trøndelag county, Norway. The river Gaula runs through the 145-kilometre (90 mi) long valley from the Røros mountains near the lake Aursunden to the Trondheimsfjorden.
Femundsmarka National Park is one of the largest continuous, unspoiled wilderness regions in Southern Scandinavia. A great area for canoeing and fishing. The Norwegian Trekking Association has selected it as one of the three best hiking areas in Norway.
Nesjøen is an artificial lake in the municipality of Tydal in Trøndelag county, Norway. The lake is part of the Nea-Nidelv watershed which lies on the western part of the Sylan mountain range. The lake lies about 10 kilometres southeast of the municipal center of Ås and 6.5 kilometres north of the village of Stugudalen. The lake is good for trout fishing.
A beautiful and tourist-friendly mountain in Norway. Drive-up Norway's 2nd highest road and witness a wonderful panoramic view from Trontoppen. 1660 meters above sea level. The area is also interesting from a botanical perspective, offering several nature trails. The view from the top of the mountain is truly mind-blowing.
Savalen is a lake in Innlandet country, Norway, in the municipalities Tynset and Alvdal, about 18 square kilometers. The river Sivilla, which connects Savalen and Glomma, is regulated and exploited by the Savalen hydropower station. A tourist resort is located at the northern end of the lake, with facilities for winter sport. The skating stadium is the highest located skating venue in Norway.
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