One abandoned house, complete with contents, now opened as a museum that shows how the rich used to live in Norway.
Oddentunet was a farm dating back hundreds of years, which was bought and built upon in the 1820s. The new building was remarkably sumptuous, being funded through the supply of coal from the west coast to nearby Røros. The building was "listed" in the 1930s by the Riksantikkvern, which basically meant the owners were not allowed to make any changes.
In the 1970s, the owners moved to a nearby house but continued to run the farm. Surprisingly, all the contents were abandoned (even their clothes) and most of this has yet to be catalogued.
The building is now in the hands of the North Østerdal Museum, who commissioned this tour.
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