Hi, does people still live in those houses, or it's "only" a museum? I love Norway for all the wood used to build, lived my self in Bergen and Tromso some time in the past.
Sleggveien (Slagg Street) in Røros, Norway
Prise le 20/08/2007
The houses in the upper part of Sleggveien Røros have a great deal to tell us about a certain period in the mining town’s social history. In the small houses, that had neither cattle Houses nor stables, lived daily paid labourers, widows, other breadwinners and wanderers.Continue reading +
Latitude: 62° 34' 33" N, Longitude: 11° 23' 28" E see »
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Par Marek Kowalczyk | 24/04/2008 - 19:58:34 GMT +0200
Hi Marek, most of these houses in this panorama are really a museum, but in the part, where you can see the car at the end of the alley, there are still living people.
Par Anatol Jasiutyn | 25/04/2008 - 17:47:39 GMT +0200