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Røros

(rö`rōs), town (1995 est. pop. 5,400), Sør-Trøndelag co., E Norway, near the Swedish border. It is a tourist spot and a winter sports center. The copper mines in the vicinity, opened in 1644, were for many years the most important in Norway.
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Stena RoRo is one of the leading innovators of the roll on/roll off cargo and passenger concepts (commonly referred to as RoRos and RoPaxes).
From Trondheim, we took the train to the picturesque town of Roros, down in the southern part of Trondelag.
Trondheim harbour | Roros Church, Roros VIKINGS traditionally have not had a good press.
Next month, two more ROROs of the shipping line will call on Walvis Bay.
Roros Airport recorded record lows of minus 41 degrees Celsius, the coldest reading in mainland Norway since 1987.
The domestic Norwegian route between Roros and Oslo has reportedly interested four carriers.
The company will also increase its coverage in the Oceania/Asia segment of the route serviced by its newest fourth generation RoRos.
The blanket of snow which drapes over Roros for more than six months of the year gives the town a peaceful, almost supernatural air.
Within minutes of their three planes touching down in Roros, northern Norway - temperature minus 34 celsius - the youngsters were having a snowball fight with Kev and No 2 Terry McDermott, who later hurt his back falling from a sledge.
The winter drilling program for two of the targets at Crew's 100% owned Roros zinc project in central Norway has now been completed.
As Roros municipality is on UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites for historic mining, as well as sought after by sports fishermen.
My fellow travellers and I were heading for two days in the city of Trondheim and two more in Roros, a beautiful village in the breathtaking Norwegian countryside.