Lesjaverk

Lesjaverk is a village in Lesja municipality in the upper Gudbrandsdal valley of Oppland county, Norway. It lies approximately 25 miles north of Dombås on the Raumabanen railway line. European route E136 goes from Ålesund up through the Romsdal valley and passes through Lesjaverk to end at Dombås. Located in a high mountain pass at 633 meters elevation, it is situated between Svartohøe (1883 meters), Storhøe (1868 meters) and Merratind (1702 meters) mountains in the Dovrefjell range to the north and Digervarden (1780 meters) mountain to the south.

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Lesja - History
... passed through the area that became known as Lesjaverk ... Iron smelting is recorded in Lesja municipality at Lesjaverk (Lesja Iron Works) as early as 1614, when King Christian IV of Denmark and Norway authorized the Romsdal Market at Devold on the ... This change was made to provide the ironworkers at Lesjaverk with a convenient outlet for their products as well as providing them a market to purchases goods and food supplies ...
Lesjaverk - History
... Lesjaverk lies on an important trade route used in prehistoric times ... a road up from the Romsdalfjord which passed through the area that became known as Lesjaverk ... Iron smelting is recorded at Lesjaverk as early as 1614, when King Christian IV of Denmark and Norway authorized the Romsdal Market at Devold on the Rauma river 4 miles upstream of Åndalsnes ...