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- Western Norway University of Applied Sciences is one of the main employers in Sogndal.
- The members of the assembly represented the farmers of Western Norway.
- The European route E134 highway passes through Vinje on its way over the mountain pass to connect Eastern Norway and Western Norway.
- Before that, in the latter half of the 19th century, a road had been built through the village with the hope that it would become a major route to Western Norway.
- European Road 39 starts in Trondheim and has it course through Western Norway before following the coastal municipalities in Vest-Agder.
- The architect was Ole Syslak who was responsible for the construction of several other churches in western Norway.
- Like the rest of Western Norway, Voss saw large-scale emigration, particularly to the United States, in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
- In the early 19th century, there was considerable immigration there from Valdres and Western Norway, aiding Gjøvik's growth.
- The Western Norway University of Applied Sciences has campuses in Sogndal and Førde.
- is a county in Western Norway, bordering the North Sea to the west and the counties of Vestland to the north, Vestfold og Telemark to the east and Agder to the east and southeast.
- Prior to 1987 as well as from Western Norway to Northern Norway.
- In addition to parts of the Falklands, a maritime subarctic climatic zone is found in parts of coastal Iceland, Faroe Islands, north western coastal Norway, southern islands of Alaska and parts of the Alaskan Panhandle, the southern tip of South America and mountainous areas of Europe including the Scottish Highlands and south-western Norway.
- After King Haakon's death at Fitjar, Harald and his brothers became kings of Norway, but they had little authority outside Western Norway.
- before the Scandinavian Mountains in western Norway are reached.
- The Icelandic sources claim that Hrólfr was from Møre in western Norway, in the late 9th century and that his parents were the Norwegian jarl Rognvald Eysteinsson ('Rognvald the Wise') and a noblewoman from Møre named Hildr Hrólfsdóttir.
- off western Norway in June 1940. This engagement marked the only time a fleet carrier was sunk by surface gunnery.
- During the 12th and 13th centuries, Trøndelag and Western Norway were the most important areas of the Norwegian kingdom and they shaped Old West Norse as an archaic language with a rich set of declensions.
- northeast of Oslo, it is hub for the two major Norwegian airlines: Scandinavian Airlines and Norwegian Air Shuttle, and for regional aircraft from Western Norway.
- The town of Edda in Western Norway is plagued by climate change and industrial pollution caused by the factories owned by the Jutul family, a group of [...].
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