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Discover Vertshuset Røros, which was originally established as a shop operated by John Natanael Ramm.

Vertshuset Røros was constructed during the historic reign of the United Kingdom’s famed Queen Victoria, who sat on the British throne from 1837 to 1901.

Located at Rammgården in Kjerkgata, Vertshuset Røros is an authentic testament of Norway's enduring heritage. history Rammgården itself dates back to the 1600s, when Røros Copperworks were first established. The local copper industry continued to flourish for many centuries thereafter, which inspired many businesspeople to invest in Kjerkgata. In 1844, Johan Natanael Ramm purchased a small building in Kjerkgata, which eventually became the Vertshuset Røros. Ramm quickly established his own shop on the ground floor, as well as a small pen for livestock in the backyard. The shop continued to operate until 1967, when it expanded to include a restaurant, a bar, and several meeting rooms. In 1988, Rammgården was combined with the adjacent textile factory and was converted into Røros Turisthotell. This establishment then became the luxury hotel known as Vertshuset Røros.