Trømborg

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Trømborg
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Coordinates: 59°30′24″N11°21′36″E / 59.5067°N 11.36°E / 59.5067; 11.36 Coordinates: 59°30′24″N11°21′36″E / 59.5067°N 11.36°E / 59.5067; 11.36

Trømborg is a small village in the municipality of Eidsberg, Norway. Its population (2019) is 263. [1] Footballer Rune Buer Johansen began his career here.

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References

  1. "Viken (Norway): Municipalities & Settlements - Population Statistics, Charts and Map".