Hedmark is a landlocked inland county in East Norway. Lake Femunden Østerdalen valley Hedmark together with Oppland are landlocked counties and makes up the great interior between Oslo and Trondheim.
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Hamar is a city in Hedmark, Norway, facing the impressive Mjøsa lake. The city, which has a population of 31,000, was first established in the middle of the 11th century, but destroyed by a Swedish army in 1567.
Kongsvinger is a city in Hedmark, Norway situated on both sides of the river Glomma, where the south-flowing river takes a sharp northwestward turn.
Tynset is a city in Hedmark. There are two ways to get to Tynset. By car/bus or train.
Trysil is a municipality and ski resort in Hedmark county, Norway. Trysil is Norway's largest and most popular ski resort.
Elverum is a city in Hedmark with almost 14,000 inhabitants.