The trip starts in Hamar, and than heads south to Stange Vestbygd – or more specifically, the farm Røhne nedre. A few years back, the old main building, dating back to the 1600s, revealed a well-kept secret. Behind numerous layers of paint on the old wall panels, paintings of Napoleon himself were discovered.
The paintings from 1840 are an excellent illustration of the farm’s significance in the 1800s, and provide an insight into important events at the farm at the time. The paintings have been carefully restored, and their story is vividly told by the farm’s hosts.