Tingvollfjord may refer to the following places:
Tingvollfjorden is a small fishing lake in the municipality of Ål in Buskerud county, Norway. The lake is located in the valley of Hallingdal, northwest of Honefoss on the watershed of the Hallingdalselva.
Tingvollfjorden is a fjord in the municipalities of Tingvoll, Gjemnes, Nesset, and Sunndal. The 17 kilometres (11 mi) long inner part of the fjord is called the Sunndalsfjorden. The fjord begins at the island of Bergsøya and stretches about 52 kilometres (32 mi) to the village of Sunndalsøra. The river Driva flows into the fjord at its end. The fjord reaches a depth of 365 metres (1,198 ft) below sea level. Villages along the fjord include Torvikbukt, Flemma, Angvika, Tingvollvågen, Rausand, Jordalsgrenda, Øksendalsøra, Hoem, and Sunndalsøra.
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Nesset is a municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway on the Romsdal Peninsula. The administrative centre is the village of Eidsvåg. Other population centers include Rausand, Boggestranda, Myklebostad, Eresfjord, and Eikesdalen.
Gjemnes is a municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway on the Romsdal peninsula. It is part of the Nordmøre region. The administrative centre is the village of Batnfjordsøra, which lies along the Batnfjorden and it is a former steamship landing place. Other villages in Gjemnes include Torvikbukt, Flemma, Angvika, Gjemnes, Øre, and Osmarka.
Norwegian Postal Codes are 4-digit codes, known in Norwegian as postnummer. Posten, the Norwegian postal service, makes small modifications to the postal code system each year. In 1999 Posten made considerable changes to the postal codes in Norway.
Angvik or Angvika is a small village in Gjemnes Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. The village is located along the western shores of the Tingvollfjorden, just across the fjord from the village of Tingvollvågen.
Raudsand or Rausand is a village in Nesset Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It is located on the Romsdal peninsula along the Tingvollfjorden about 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) northeast of the village of Eidsvåg and 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) south of the village of Angvika in Gjemnes Municipality. The 0.45-square-kilometre (110-acre) village has a population (2013) of 277, which gives the village a population density of 616 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,600/sq mi).
Most of the Norwegian counties and municipalities have their own flag. They are based on the respective coat of arms of the subdivision. However they are seldom used. Most public buildings and private homes use the National flag.
Romsdalshalvøya, sometimes translated as the Romsdal Peninsula is a 1,560-square-kilometre (600 sq mi) peninsula located in the Romsdal district of Møre og Romsdal county in Norway. The peninsula encompasses the western Norwegian municipalities of Molde, Gjemnes, Fræna, Eide, and the northern part of Nesset.
Sunndalsfjorden is a fjord in Sunndal Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. The 17-kilometre (11 mi) long Sunndalsfjorden comprises the southern end of the main Tingvollfjorden. It begins at the Ballsneset peninsula, at the municipal boundary of Sunndal and extends south to the village of Sunndalsøra. Other villages along the fjord include Jordalsgrenda and Øksendalsøra. The main inflow of the fjord is the river Driva which flows into the fjord at Sunndalsøra. Norwegian National Road 70 runs along the northeastern part of the fjord near Sunndalsøra.
The following are lists of County governors of the various counties of Norway:
Norway is commonly divided into five major geographical regions (landsdeler). These regions are purely geographical, and have no administrative purpose. However, in 2017 the government decided to abolish the current counties of Norway (fylker) and to replace them with fewer, larger administrative regions (regioner). The first of these new areas came into existence on 01 January 2018, when Nord-Trøndelag and Sør-Trøndelag merged to form Trøndelag.
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Kleive may refer to:
Bergsøya is an island in Gjemnes Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. The island is located near the junctions of the Freifjorden, Kvernesfjorden, and Tingvollfjorden. The highest point on the 8.7-square-kilometre (3.4 sq mi) island is the 278-metre (912 ft) tall mountain Varden.
Flemma is a village in Gjemnes Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. The village lies along the Tingvollfjorden, about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) north of the village of Angvika. The mountain Reinsfjellet lies about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) to the west. Across the fjord from Flemma is the village of Gyl in Tingvoll Municipality.
Aspøya is an island in Tingvoll Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It is located between the Freifjorden and the Tingvollfjorden. The European route E39 highway crosses Aspøya and connects it to the nearby island of Bergsøya to the west by the Bergsøysund Bridge–part of the Krifast system. To the east, the E39 highway connects it to the Straumsnes peninsula in Tingvoll.
Skorpa may refer to several places in Norway:
Tingvollvågen or Tingvoll is the administrative centre of Tingvoll Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. The village is located on a small inlet off the Tingvollfjorden, directly across the fjord from the village of Angvika. Tingvollvågen lies about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) north of Meisingset and about 20 kilometres (12 mi) south of Straumsnes. The historic Tingvoll Church is located in this village. Norwegian National Road 70 runs through the village on its way from Kristiansund to Oppdal.
Sætre may refer to: