Check out the amazing details that the artist has captured showing the place as it looks today. It’s a real folk-art masterpiece! Other text nearby explains that Ullevålseter started off as a summer pasture but became a small holding with permanent residents in 1737. Later, it grew into a 4,123-acre farm with oats and potatoes as the main crops, along with herds of milk cows and sheep, as well as a brood of hens.

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