Røros, Norway

Travel to Røros

Røros is a town in Norway and is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Røros was established in the 1600s because of that copper mine that was in operation for more than 300 years. Røros' unique history still dominates the town.

Røros sits in the uplands and interior, and is one of the coldest places in Europe during winter. The coldest temperature measured in Røros is -50,4°C on 13 January 1914. This is the lowest temperature measured in the southern part of Norway which makes it one the coldest places in the country.



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