Art - Memorial Stone to Ingeborg at Grønlia

Artist: Karl Johan Flaathe (1963).

Ingeborg Solberg (1876–1962) lived in the cottage at Grønlia from 1906, and started selling refreshments to hikers there in 1912. She remained the hostess of Grønlia until she died in 1962. The stone memorial has a portrait medallion made by Flaathe. The inscription on the memorial plaque says "Ingeborg Solberg 1876–1962. Thanks for the pleasant atmosphere you created for us at Grønlia".

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