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Resources, Site and Situation
The Climate and Weather Conditions
How can we find out how the weather used to be?The Climate and Weather ConditionsToo little forest - and too much forest
At the centre of things -  or not?
Food and consumer items.
Forest – the greatest challenge
Reminders from the Time before the Copper Works
Resources, Site and Situation
Rivers and waterfalls
The Copper Deposits
The Labour Force
Røros World Heritage Site
Røros World Heritage Site
Visit the World Heritage Site
What is World Heritage?
The King and the Church
Røros and the world
The Church
The King and the Church
The people and the farms
A house in Sleggveien (Slagg Street) – Tyristuggu – house no. 398
A house in Sleggveien (Slagg Street) – Tyristuggu – house no. 398History of the houseRehabilitation of TyristugguThe Inhabitants of Tyristuggu
A Trading House – Leighgården – house No. 16
A Trading House – Leighgården – house No. 16Managing the propertyThe country house  - Building stylesThe people of the house.  From Abildgaard to EngzeliusTrading Activities.
An Executive’s Accomodation – The General Manager’s House, No. 17
An Executive’s Accomodation – The General Manager’s House, No. 17Buildings. Society and fashion.The farm and farm management.The people of the house. The well-off Catharina Borchgrevink.
One of the worker’s houses – Rasmusgården – house no. 7
Managing the farmOne of the worker’s houses – Rasmusgården – house no. 7Preservation by useStyle of buildingThe farmThe people of the house
The people and the farms
The Røros Copper Works
The Mines
The King’s Mine at NordgruvefeltetThe MinesThe Mines at the Storwartz Field
The Smelting Houses
Some of the Other Smelting HousesThe end product - CopperThe New Method of SmeltingThe Old Method of SmeltingThe Smelting House at RørosThe Smelting Houses
Organisation and ownership
The Privileges
The Røros Copper Works
Transportation
The Work of Preservation
Outhouse Project
Preservation of Buildings
Rehabilitation of Tyristuggu
The extension of Røros World Heritage Site
The Work of Preservation

Røros was added to UNESCOs of World Heritage Sites in 1980, refer also to Riksantikvaren, ( Norwegian Inspectorate of Ancient Monuments and Historic Buildings).
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