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4,273 Articles of interest in Norway

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  • Kilsund

    Kilsund is a village in the municipality of Arendal in Aust-Agder county, Norway. It is located on the island Tverrdalsøya. Its population (2009) is 729. The village is located just north of Flosta island.

  • Kilsfjord, Møre og Romsdal

    Kilsfjorden is a fjord in Volda Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It is located along the European route E39 highway in the central part of the municipality, about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) east of the Dalsfjorden. The Kilsfjorden is locat…

  • Kilen, Aust-Agder

    Kilen is a village in the municipality of Tvedestrand in Aust-Agder, Norway. It is located on the island Sandøya, midway between the popular tourist destinations Kilsund and Lyngør.

  • Kattem

    Kattem is a neighborhood in Trondheim, Norway. The area is located south of Lundåsen and southwest of Heimdal. The residential areas were built during the 1970s.

  • Karlsrud (station)

    Karlsrud is a station on Lambertseter Line (line 4) of the Oslo Metro, on the north side of Lambertseter. The station is between Brattlikollen and Lambertseter, 8.6 kilometers (5.3 mi) from Stortinget. The station was opened on 28 April 1957 as a tr…

  • Kanstadstraumen Bridge

    Kanstadstraumen Bridge (Kanstadstraumen bru) is a cantilever road bridge that crosses Kanstadfjorden in the municipality of Lødingen in Nordland county in Norway. The bridge is 160 metres long, and the main span is 80 metres.

  • Kalvøyrevet Bridge

    Kalvøyrevet Bridge (Norwegian: Kalvøyrevet bru) is a cantilever bridge in the municipality of Herøy in Nordland county, Norway. The concrete bridge is 298 metres (978 ft) long, and the main span is 95 metres (312 ft).

  • Kalvehøgde

    Kalvehøgde is a 10 km long massif in the southernmost part of the Jotunheimen mountain range. The northern part of the massif lies within Jotunheimen National Park. The massif rises quite slowly from lake Bygdin, and ends in an extremely steep wall …

  • Kallestadsundet Bridge

    Kallestadsundet Bridge is a bridge over the Veafjorden in Vaksdal municipality in Hordaland county, Norway. The 200-metre (660 ft) long bridge links the mainland part of Vaksdal municipality to the part that lies on the island of Osterøy. The bridge…

  • Kaljord

    Kaljord is a village in the municipality of Hadsel in Nordland county, Norway. It is located along the Hadselfjorden on the island of Hinnøya.

  • Jørnevik Station

    Jørnevik Station (Norwegian: Jørnevik stasjon) is a railway station located on the Bergensbanen railway line. It is located at the village of Jørnevik in Voss municipality, Hordaland county, Norway. The station is served by one daily departure per d…

  • Jæren Arena

    Jæren Arena was a proposed multi-use stadium in Bryne, Norway, that was expected to begin construction sometime in 2008. Once completed in 2009, it would be used mostly for football matches and would host the home matches of Bryne F.K.. The stadium …

  • Julussa

    Julussa is a 32-kilometre-long (20 mi) river in Hedmark, Norway, starting at Bergesjøen 1043 feet (318 m.o.h.) The name Julussa comes from the old Norwegian word "ljudlausa" which means soundless. The reason for that given name is that the river flo…

  • Jetnamsklumpen

    Jetnamsklumpen (Southern Sami: Jitnemensnuhkie) is the highest point of Jetnamfjellet, a mountain on the border of the municipalities of Røyrvik (Nord-Trøndelag county) and Hattfjelldal (Nordland county) in Norway.

  • Jakobselva (Vadsø)

    Jakobselva (Northern Sami: Ánnejohka; Kven: Annijoki; English: Jacob's River) is a river in Finnmark county, Norway. The river, which is sometimes known as the Vestre Jakobselv (Western Jacob's River), runs through the municipalities of Nesseby and …

  • Innværfjorden

    Innværfjorden is a small fjord in the municipality of Bømlo in Hordaland county, Norway. It lies on the south of the village of Rubbestadneset on the eastern side of the island of Bømlo.

  • Ingeborgrud

    Ingeborgrud is a village in Nes municipality, Norway. It is a part of the urban area Skogrand, which is located north of Oppakermoen and west of Skarnes.

  • Illhøllia Tunnel

    Illhøllia Tunnel (Norwegian: Illhøllia tunnel, sometimes spelled Ildhøllia) is a 1,262-metre (4,140 ft) long tunnel on European route E06 in the Dunderlandsdal valley in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The tunnel was opened in 2…

  • Idsal

    Idsal is a populated island in the municipality of Strand, Norway, located between the mainland and the island Idse.