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The municipality Folldal in the county of Hedmark, Norway, has 1,753 inhabitants as of January 1, 2002.

Folldal is a great hunting place, and they have many, famous mines in the mountain.


Alvdal | Eidskog | Elverum | Engerdal | Folldal | Grue | Hamar | Kongsvinger | Løten | Nord-Odal | Os | Rendalen | Ringsaker | Stange | Stor-Elvdal | Sør-Odal | Tolga | Trysil | Tynset | Våler | Åmot | Åsnes

Municipalities of Norway | Norway

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Folldal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (214 words)
Folldal is a municipality in the county of Hedmark, Norway.
Folldal’s main copper mine, Gammelgruva, opened in 1748.
1751 - The church in Folldal was a satellite church of that in Lesja, as was the church at the iron mines at Lesjaverk (Lesja Iron Works).
BollaugNEW - aqwg06 (172 words)
Erland ERLANDSEN Slåen was born 1754 in Folldal, Hedmark, Norway.
Marit GUTTORMSDATTER Fallet was born 1786 in Folldal, Hedmark, Norway.
Ole GUTTOMSEN Fallet was born 1789 in Folldal, Hedmark, Norway.
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