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‘Bergstadens Ziir’ – better known as Roros Church – was built during the copperwork’s golden age ‘in God’s honour and as an adornment to the town. The church, which was completed in 1784, does justice to its name with its majestic location high...more
If you are in Roros, I feel that you have to visit this church. Conveniently, they accept credit card to pay for your entrance. There are also a few information sheets you may borrow in various languages to gain more insight into the church decorations....More
This is in the city center by an elevated area in the city center. It is very beautiful and is one of the landmarks in Røros. It was built in the late 17's. Inside the Røros church you can see some portraits of the important...More
The church in Røros seems very big to be located in a small town like this. But is har during the centuries been very important for the community, and still is. It is restored both outside and inside lately, and the beauty of the church...More
Amazing to find that Røros Church is Norway's fifth largest church, and has about 1600 seats.
The church was consecrated on 15 August 1784 by Bishop Marcus Fredrik Bang. It was paid for by the Roros Copper Works.
We were not able to go inside...More
What a wonderful church it is. We came to Røros for the very special Christmas Market, and came just in time for the lunch concert in the church. The room is much larger than I thought. It can seat up to 1600 people, and is...More