Harstad Camping is a campgrounds in the municipality of Harstad in Troms county, Norway.
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Harahorn, also written Harahødn, is a mountain located in the Hemsedal municipality in Norway.
Hankø Island is located in the Oslo Fjord, Østfold county, Norway. It used to be the property of the Dano-Norwegian king, the site where the king hunted deer. Later an island of retreat, notable visitors are the Norwegian king, Princess Märtha Louis…
The Hanekleiv tunnel is a road tunnel in Vestfold, Norway, one of seven along the European route E18 between Sande and Holmestrand. The tunnel became the centre of controversy on 25 December 2006 when part of the roof collapsed, and investigations r…
Hanaborg Station (Norwegian: Hanaborg stasjon) is a railway station on the Trunk Line in Lørenskog, Norway. It is served by the Oslo Commuter Rail line 400 operated by Norwegian State Railways running from Lillestrøm via Oslo S to Asker.
Havnås is a village in the municipality of Trøgstad, Norway.
Hamnesfjord or Hamnesfjorden is a fjord in Surnadal Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. The 9-kilometre (5.6 mi) long fjord begins at the mouth of the Bøvra river at the village of Bøverfjorden, just east of the village of Åsskard, about…
Hammerstad is a village in Eidsvoll municipality, Norway.
Hammaren is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.
Hamburgbukta (English: Hamburg Bay) is a one-kilometer-long bay on the western side of Hoelhalvøya, Albert I Land, Spitsbergen in the Svalbard archipelago.
The Hamang Tunnel (Norwegian: Hamangtunnelen) is a road tunnel that runs under Hamang northwest of Sandvika in Norway.
Halden Station (Norwegian: Halden stasjon) is a railway station located in downtown Halden in Østfold, Norway, located on the Østfold Line. The station is served by Norwegian State Railways InterCity Express on an hourly or semi-hourly service from …
Halden Ishall is an indoor ice hockey arena located in Halden, Norway.
The Halden Canal near Halden, Norway begun construction in 1852. The canal allows boats to travel parallel to the Swedish border of 75 km from Tistedal to Skulerud. Engebret Soot (1786 - 1859) was responsible for this canal, as well as the earlier S…
Hakavik Power Station is a hydroelectric power plant in Øvre Eiker, Norway with a power of 7 MW inaugurated in 1922. It generates only single phase AC for railway purpose and is the startpoint of a 55 kV- single phase AC powerline for traction curre…
Haga is a village in the municipality of Nes, Akershus, Norway.
Haga Station (Norwegian: Haga stasjon) is a railway station located in Haga in Nes, Norway on the Kongsvinger Line. The station was built in 1862 as part of the Kongsvinger Line.
Hafslundsøy is a small island just outside Sarpsborg, Norway, in the middle of the river Glomma.
Hadselfjorden or Hadselfjord is a fjord (or more accurately a strait) in Vesterålen, Norway. The fjord is separates the island of Hadseløya (on the north and west side of the fjord) from the islands of Austvågøya and Hinnøya island (on the south and…
Gákkajávri is a lake that lies in Porsanger Municipality in Finnmark county, Norway.
Gyland Station (Norwegian: Gyland stasjon) is a railway station located at the village of Gyland in Flekkefjord, Norway on the Sørlandet Line.
Gutulisjøen is a lake in the municipality of Engerdal in Hedmark county, Norway.
Gulskogen Station (Norwegian: Gulskogen stasjon) is located in the village of Gulskogen in Drammen, Norway on the Sørlandet Line, on a section previously regarded as the Randsfjorden Line.
Gullsteinen is a large hill in Bergen, Norway. It is part of the Løvstakken mountain massif.
Gullhella Station (Norwegian: Gullhella holdeplass) is a railway station located at Gullhella in Asker, Norway on the Spikkestad Line.
Gullhaug is the name of several places in Norway:
Gullesfjorden is a fjord that cuts into the island of Hinnøya in Troms county, Norway. It is located within the municipality of Kvæfjord.
Gullaug is an unincorporated village located between Lierbyen, Røyken and Drammen, in Buskerud County, Norway.
Grønvoll is a village in the municipality of Nittedal, Norway.
Grønsvik coastal artillery battery (HKB 16/974 Grönsviken) at Helgeland in Norway, was a German army coastal artillery battery, built between 1942 and 1945 as one of ten coastal batteries in Artillery group Sandnessjöen (Heeres-Küsten-Artillerie-Reg…
Grønnlifjell Tunnel (Norwegian: Grønnlifjelltunnelen) is a road tunnel that is part of Norwegian County Road 830 in the municipality of Fauske in Nordland county, Norway. It is located between Finneid in the town of Fauske and the village of Sulitje…
Grønnebakkan is part of the town of Harstad in the municipality of Harstad in Troms county, Norway.
Grønfjorden (English: Green Fjord or Green Harbour) is a 16km long fjord, separated from Isfjorden to the north by Festningsodden in the west and Heerodden in the east. It lies within the western portion of Nordenskiöld Land.
Grødem is a middle-class suburb of Stavanger.
Gråhø is a mountain in the municipality of Lesja in Oppland, in southern Norway.
Grua Station (Norwegian: Grua stasjon) is located on the Gjøvik Line at Grua in Norway.