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Akershus [ˈɑːkəʂˈhʉːs] is a county in Norway, bordering Hedmark, Oppland, Buskerud, Oslo and Østfold; it also has a short border with Sweden (Värmland). Akershus, with more than half a million inhabitants, is the second largest county by population after Oslo. The county is named after Akershus Fortress. The county administration is in Oslo, which is not part of the county per se.
Cities, towns & villages in Akershus
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VollVoll is a district in eastern Bærum, Norway. The district Voll was built around the farm of the same name. The farm was mentioned as Vælli in 1398, Woldt in 1578, Wold in 1723 and later Vold. It belonged to the St. Hallvard's Cathedral (now in ruins) during the Middle Ages, and later the state church. In the middle of the seventeenth century the farm came on the hands of bailiff Paul Iversen Vold (1595–1682), who owned several farms in Bærum. In 1721 the farm was separated into two; Nedre and Øvre (Lower and Upper) Wold. The latter farm developed into a district of its own, Øvrevoll. In 1835 the former croft Rugland was separated from Nedre Vold. Today, Øvrevoll and Voll are sometimes referred to as one district. Voll borders Øvrevoll in the north and west, Jar in the south and west and th Show Vollon the map
FetsundFetsund forms the center of the municipality Fet in the county of Akershus, Norway. The name comes from the local geography, Fet means \"where water meets grass\". As for the -sund part, it simply means 'strait, inlet'. Accordingly, Fetsund is located at the strait of Glomma, Norway's largest river, just before it enters Øyeren nature reservation, and this is the place the logging industry in years past pulled the logs out of the water for transport to steam sawmills. Fetsund has a church with an altarpiece dating from the 17th century. Show Fetsundon the map
Fossum Terrasse, EiksmarkaEiksmarka is a suburb of the Norwegian municipality of Bærum with around 4,000 inhabitants. It is located just west of the border of Oslo municipality, but within the contiguous urban area as well as within the Diocese of Oslo. It is served by Eiksmarka station of the Oslo Metro as well as bus lines. The area consists almost exclusively of private villas. The name Eiksmarka means Oakfield. As of 2014, properties are typically sold for between 1 and 3 million USD, with some villas being sold for as much as 5 million USD. Show Fossum Terrasse, Eiksmarkaon the map
StabekkStabekk is a suburban centre in the municipality of Bærum, Norway. Stabekk is predominantly a residential area and has some most of the conservative populace in Norway. As of 2005 the population was 6,261. Former President of the Norwegian parliament and Høyre leader (conservative party) Jo Benkow was born in Stabekk. Stabekk has a commercial district, roughly divided into Øvre (Upper) Stabekk and Nedre (Lower) Stabekk, separated by a hill. There are a number of retail shops in both these sections and in the lower section there is a commuter railroad station, served by Drammenbanen. Show Stabekkon the map
GjelleråsenGjelleråsen is an area which constitutes part of Oslomarka outside Oslo, Norway. The area is bordered by Skedsmo to the east and Nittedal to the north. There are many historic roads running through the area, and two modern highways, Norwegian National Road 4 to the north, and European route E6 to the south. The name of Gjelleråsen may come from Gjølluraas, or Gjoleid, which means \"windy area\", or from Gjøl - Gjel, which describes an inlet close to the road in the area. It may also come from the verb Gjalla, a sound as from an echo. Show Gjelleråsenon the map
Sandvikais the administrative centre of the municipality of Bærum in Norway. It was declared a city by the municipal council in Bærum on 4 June 2003. Sandvika is situated approximately 15 kilometers (9.3 mi) west of Oslo. It is the main transportation hub for Western Bærum, and has a combined bus and railway station. Sandvika is also one of the stops along the route of the Airport Express Train. Sandvika also has Scandinavia's largest super mall, Sandvika Storsenter, with 190 stores and a total area of 60,000 square meters or 650,000 square feet. On 13 March 2013, the previously pedestrianized main street was opened for car traffic and on-street parking.Sandvika used to be home to the BI Norwegian Business School business school, which moved to new surroundings in Nydalen in August 2005. The build Show Sandvikaon the map
ÅsÅs Station (Norwegian: Ås stasjon) is a railway station in Ås, Norway on the Østfold Line. The station was opened on 2 January 1879 and designed by Peter A. Blix in Swiss chalet style. The station was modernized in 1992, when the section between Ski and Moss was upgraded to double track and speeds up to 160 kilometres per hour (99 mph). In 2006, a cultural meeting place comprising a café, concert hall and an art exhibition was established inside the station's building, initiated by the local organization \"Galleri Texas\" and to the governmental corporation Follo Futura. Galleri Texas and Follo Futura had been arguing a while over how the operating of the café should be, and in 2010, all the maintenance and operation of the meeting place were transferred entirely from Galleri Texas to Follo@en . Show Åson the map
FagerstrandFagerstrand is a village in the municipality of Nesodden, in the county of Akershus, in the country of Norway. It is south of Oslo on the peninsula of Nesodden. Fagerstrand has 1977 inhabitants (2006) making it the second largest village on Nesodden. \"Fagerstrand\" in English means \"beautiful beach\" or \"fair beach\". Fagerstrand is a small village with two grocery stores, two hair salons and one bar. There are two schools in Fagerstrand: Myklerud skole (elementary school) and Bakkeløkka ungdomsskole (junior high school). Show Fagerstrandon the map
JessheimJessheim is a city in the Ullensaker municipality in Akershus of Norway. The name \"Jessheim\" is from Norse Jasseimr or Jesseímr where the first part has unknown origin, while the second part (heimr) means home. It is also possible that the first part \"Jess\" can mean jarl or jarls (earls). The name was originally used for the Hovin parish. Show Jessheimon the map
FjellstrandFjellstrand is a village in Nesodden municipality, Akershus, Norway. The population was 832 as at 2005. A hairdresser and a grocery store can be found near the central bus stop of Fjellstrand. A relatively rocky beach at the ironically named Paradise Bay is one of the few tourist attractions in this area. Fjellstrand reached its peak in the 1920s, when it was the biggest rural district on the Nesodden peninsula, and beloved as a cabin area for the wealthy white collar workers of western Oslo. Since then, the importance of this place has been steadily declining. Show Fjellstrandon the map
FornebuFornebu (local form Fornebo) is a peninsular area in the suburban municipality of Bærum in Norway, bordering western parts of Oslo. Oslo Airport, Fornebu (FBU) served as the main airport for Oslo and the country since before World War II and until the evening of October 7, 1998, when it was closed down. Overnight, a grand moving operation was performed, so that the following morning, the new main airport, located inland at Gardermoen (OSL), opened for operations as the main airport, as opposed to previously having been a minor airport. Show Fornebuon the map
KløftaKløfta is a village located in Ullensaker, Akershus, Norway. It has a population of approximately 7,170 inhabitants. Literally translated, the name means 'the cleft' in English. It probably refers to a junction of three roads heading for Oslo, Trondheim and Kongsvinger. At Kløfta, the road RV2 towards Sweden branches off from the E6. Two railway lines to the north also split here. Augustus \"Gus\" Halvorsen Hilton (1854-1919), an immigrant from Norway, the father of American hotelier Conrad Hilton was born at Kløfta. Show Kløftaon the map
SiggerudSiggerud is a village in the municipality of Ski, Norway, just a few kilometres away from the border of the municipality of Oslo where most of Siggerud's population work. Its population (2005) is 1,353, but probably over 2000 if you count the area around. Show Siggerudon the map
StovnerStovner is a district located to the far north east of the city of Oslo, Norway. Historically, Stovner was the name of a farm in the municipal borough \"Østre Aker\". Østre Aker merged with Oslo in 1948, both instigated and followed by a massive expansion of the city settlement. Today's Stovner borough is constructed atop the home fields of the Stovner farm, the first record of which dates back to the 14th century, as well as on the fields of several other farms that were situated in the area covered by the borough. The bulk of the modern high-rise structures were built by Selvaag and completed in the first half of the 1970s, together with several schools, a subway line into central Oslo, and an administrative center for the district. The last three stations of Grorudbanen — Rommen, Stovner@en . Show Stovneron the map
KolbotnKolbotn is the centre of Oppegård, Norway. The population is about 6,000. Kolbotn has several elementary schools, four middle schools and a high school. Town is located at the end of Kolbotnvannet, a lake. Jazz guitarist Eivind Aarset was born in Kolbotn in 1961, and the Norwegian black metal band Darkthrone formed there in 1986. Show Kolbotnon the map
KolsåsKolsås is the end station of the Kolsås Line on the Oslo Metro. The station, located in Bærum municipality, comes after Hauger, and is located 17.3 kilometers (10.7 mi) from Stortinget. The station and line into Bærum was originally not built as a metro line but as the Lilleaker Line, built by Bærumsbanen. The station opened 1 January 1930. It was not until 1942 when the line became part of the heavier metro network. The station retains a turning loop for trams which can only run forwards. Show Kolsåson the map
BjørkelangenBjørkelangen is a village of 3,196 inhabitants (January 2015 figures) in the Akershus county of south-eastern Norway. Located immediately north of Lake Bjørkelangen, it became the administrative centre of the Aurskog-Høland municipality in 1966. The village is home to a primary school, a junior high school, and two senior high schools: Bjørkelangen Videregående Skole, which is a traditional high school offering a broad academic curriculum, and Kjelle Videregående Skole, which focuses on agricultural and forestry education. Show Bjørkelangenon the map
Høvik verkHøvik is a suburban area in the municipality of Bærum, Akershus, Norway, in the Oslo metropolitan area. Mainly a residential area, its population (2005) is 4,311. Høvik has a church, a small shopping area and a railway station, Høvik Station, served by Drammensbanen. Flytoget (Airport Express Train) does not stop at Høvik. Nearby is the Henie Onstad Kunstsenter. There are three schools in Høvik: Ramstad Skole, Høvik Verk Skole and Høvik Skole. There are also some important businesses with offices in Høvik, e.g. Det Norske Veritas. Show Høvik verkon the map
HølenHølen is a village and former town and municipality in Akershus county, Norway. Hølen was in early times known for the production of timber, and from the 17th century important trade took place. Timber was floated on the river Såna. Ships from the Netherlands visited the place. The small town of Hølen was, together with the small town of Son, established as a municipality January 1, 1838 (see Son and Hølen were separated as municipalities of their own January 1, 1848. Hølen was merged with the rural municipality Vestby July 1, 1943 – and it then lost its status as a town. Show Hølenon the map
KråkstadKråkstad is a village and former municipality in Ski municipality of Akershus, Norway. Show Kråkstadon the map
HellvikHellvik is a village in the municipality of Nesodden, Norway. It is situated on the eastern coast of Nesodden with a coastal view of Bunnefjorden. Hellvik lies north of Berger, east of Skoklefall and south of Ursvik. As Nesodden is a peninsula, the estimated time on the road, when heading into Oslo sentrum is about 50 minutes. Show Hellvikon the map
StrømmenStrømmen is a town in Skedsmo, Akershus, Norway. It is about twenty kilometers east of Oslo, and considered part of Greater Oslo. It has around 12,000 residents. The town has its origins from floating lumber and sawmills along Sagelva. Later there has been heavy industry at Strømmen, including the railway stock manufacturer Strømmens Værksted. It currently hosts one of Norway's largest shopping centre, Strømmen Storsenter. Strømmen had a top-level women's football team, Team Strømmen until 2009, while Strømmen IF will play in second top-level from the 2010 season. Show Strømmenon the map
GardermoenGardermoen is an area in Ullensaker, Norway. In 1998, it had a population of 259 people. Oslo Airport, Gardermoen, Gardermoen Air Station, Norwegian Armed Forces Aircraft Collection and Oslo Airport Station (train station) are located in the area. Gardermoen is a compound of the farm name Garder and the finite form of mo m 'moor; drill ground' (thus 'the moor belonging to the farm Garder'). The farm is first mentioned in 1328 (Garðar), and the name is the plural of Norse garðr m 'fence'. The meaning is probably 'enclosure; fenced fields'. Show Gardermoenon the map
NesoddtangenNesoddtangen is a village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Nesodden in Akershus, Norway. Nesoddtangen is located on the tip of the peninsula between the inner Oslofjord (Indre Oslofjord) and its arm Bunnefjorden. It is situated 4 miles (7 kilometers) southwest of Oslo. It had 11,795 residents in 2011; about two thirds of the municipality's population. Of the working population in Nesoddtangen, more than 90% work in Oslo. Water taxi and passenger ferry are the most used commuting transportation. Show Nesoddtangenon the map
SkjettenSkjetten is a town in Skedsmo municipality, Akershus county, Norway. It is located approximately 20 kilometres northeast of Oslo's city centre with a population of 10 000. Skjetten was highly affected by gang wars and crime from 1992 - 2007, but crime has lessened considerably in later years. Skjetten is now known for its family friendly environment, in part because of the recent construction of four kindergartens, two elementary schools and a highschool in close proximity. Show Skjettenon the map
VinterbruVinterbro is a village in the municipality of Ås, Akershus, Norway. It has 3,000 residents in the subdivisions Togrenda and Sjøskogen. The area features two primary schools and four kindergartens. This is the location of a large shopping area, including a Steen & Strøm shopping center. The amusement park Tusenfryd and part of the Oslo Tramway Museum is also located at Vinterbro. European Route E6 and E18 run past the area. Part of the E6 was financed by Oslo Package 1. Show Vinterbruon the map
FosserFosser is a village in the municipality of Aurskog-Høland, Norway. Its population (2007) is 578. Fosser had a station on the from the opening of the Hølandsbanen in 1898 and until the line was closed down in 1960. The village derives its name from the local waterfall (waterfall = foss in Norwegian). The waterfall flows from the lake \"Øversjøen\" into \"Fossersjøen\" this lake is locally known for large Pike. Show Fosseron the map
LysakerLysaker is an area in Bærum municipality, Akershus county, Norway. Lysaker is the easternmost part of Bærum, and borders Oslo proper. Lysaker was initially a farming community, later becoming a residential area. Today it is primarily known as a business and trade area, and a public transport hub. It is considered part of Stor-Oslo (Greater Oslo), and is home to offices of numerous domestic and international businesses. Show Lysakeron the map
LilleakerLilleaker is a neighbourhood and industrial site in Ullern, Oslo, Norway. It is located east of the river Lysakerelva. The area is named after the Lilleaker farm. Lilleaker served by the Lilleaker station of the Oslo Tramway, the southern part by Lysaker Station on the Drammen Line. The local multi-sports clubs Lilleaker IF and Fagforeningenes IL Lilleaker (1927–1936) were absorbed and are now both a part of Ullern IF. Show Lilleakeron the map
ÅrnesÅrnes is the administrative centre of Nes municipality, Akershus, Norway. Its population (2005) is 3,140; the largest in Nes. Årnes is located in the north-east of Akershus county along the Glomma River, Norway's largest and longest, in Nes municipality. Areas that compose Årnes are among others Årnes sentrum, Runni, Drognes, Høie, Fjuk, Dragsjø, Kjus, Fjellfoten, Bodding, Henni, Husmo, Østgård, Bjørknes and Sagstua. Show Årneson the map
Skiis a town and kommune (municipality) in the Follo district, in Akershus fylke (county), Norway. Ski is the most populous kommune in Follo, and Ski town is the largest town. Ski town serves as the de facto district capital, and the hospital, tingrett (district court), police station and other public services are located there. Show Skion the map
BillingstadBillingstad is a village in Asker municipality, Akershus county, Norway. It is close to the border of Bærum and Vestmarka and is 18 km west of Oslo. It has 2,349 residents (2006). The area is both residential and commercial. It is served by the Oslo Commuter Rail at Billingstad Station, and hosts the world's first IKEA outside Sweden. Both Budstikka and Varner-Gruppen have their head offices at Billingstad. Show Billingstadon the map
HvitstenHvitsten is a former town in Akershus county, Norway, located between Drøbak and Son. It is the smallest town that has ever existed in Norway: In 1951 it had 76 inhabitants, and an area of just 0.07 km². Because of its size it could not be established as a municipality of its own, and it had to be a part of the rural municipality of Vestby. Hvitsten lost its status as a town January 1, 1964. Show Hvitstenon the map
HeggedalHeggedal is a part of the Asker municipality in Akershus county, Norway. For statistical purposes, it's usually treated as part of the Oslo urban area. In 2000, its population was 3,301 , and the election district named Heggedal had 2,329 registered voters in the 2005 election. It is mainly a residential area, though the area has a railway station, a church, a library, and a primary school. Show Heggedalon the map
GrønlandGrønland is a neighbourhood in central Oslo, Norway. It is served by several tram and bus lines, as well as the Oslo Metro at the Grønland Station. The neighbourhood is situated on the east side of Akerselva, five to ten minutes walking distance from Oslo Central Station and downtown Oslo. It stretches from Grünerløkka down to the fjord by Middelalderparken shore area. Show Grønlandon the map
SproSpro is a village in Nesodden municipality, Akershus, Norway. It is a former site of ice block extradition industry, and there are a number of man-made ponds created for this purpose. The village is located in southern Nesodden, between Fjellstrand in the north and Fagerstrand in the south. On the opposite of the Oslofjord is Nærsnes in Røyken. Show Sproon the map
AuliAuli Station (Norwegian: Auli holdeplass) is a railway station located in Auli in Nes, Norway on the Kongsvinger Line. The station was built in 1974 as part of the Kongsvinger Line. The station is served hourly, with extra rush hour departures, by the Oslo Commuter Rail line 460 operated by the Norwegian State Railways. Show Aulion the map
HvalstadHvalstad is a village and a small part of the Municipality Asker. Hvalstad has slightly more than 2000 inhabitants, a number that has doubled since the seventies. Hvalstad is located 20 kilometres from the centre of Oslo. Hvalstad Station is on Drammensbanen (the Oslo-Drammen Railway line) opened on October 7, 1872. Show Hvalstadon the map
SkotbuSkotbu is a village in Ski municipality, south of Ski, in the county of Akershus, Norway. The village has a train station on Indre Østfoldbanen. The population in this small village is increasing, as new housing projects are on the way. Ringnes is a yearly music festival arranged in late summer outside a farm house. Show Skotbuon the map
Østre JongJong is a district in the municipality of Bærum, Norway. Mainly a residential area, the population (2007) is 4,778. This residential area is located west of the city Sandvika, on top of the hill Jongsåsen. The district has a primary school, Jong skole. The traffic is low compared to other local residential areas. Show Østre Jongon the map
HemnesHemnes is a village in the municipality of Aurskog-Høland, Norway. Its population (2005) is 613. In Hemnes there is a school, Bråte Skole, which covers Løken, Momoen and Hemnes. Hemnes is located just East of Hemnes island (Hemnesøya) close to the North-East corner of the Hemnes lake Show Hemneson the map
NerdrumNerdrum Station (Norwegian: Nerdrum holdeplass) is a railway station located in Fetsund in Fet, Norway on the Kongsvinger Line. The station was built in 1932. The station is served hourly, with extra rush hour departures, by the Oslo Commuter Rail line 460 operated by the Norwegian State Railways. Show Nerdrumon the map
VollenVollen is a part of the Asker municipality in Akershus county, Norway. For statistical purposes, it is usually treated as part of the Oslo urban area. It is mainly a residential area, though the area has a café, a restaurant, several art galleries, a primary school and secondary school. Show Vollenon the map
TuenTuen Station (Norwegian: Tuen holdeplass) is a railway station located in Fetsund in Fet, Norway on Kongsvinger Line. The station was built in 1932. The station is served hourly, with extra rush hour departures, by the Oslo Commuter Rail line 460 operated by Norwegian State Railways. Show Tuenon the map
RåholtRåholt is a village in the municipality of Eidsvoll, Norway. Its population (2007) is 9,370, of which 259 people live within the border of the neighboring municipality Ullensaker. Råholt has experienced growth following the airport at Gardermoen, and expansion still takes place. Show Råholton the map
Eidsvoll verkEidsvoll Verk is a village in Eidsvoll, in Akershus County, Norway. It is served by Eidsvoll Verk Station on the Gardermoen Line. It was the site of the former Eidsvold Iron Works. It is also the site of the Eidsvoll Manor, where the Constitution of Norway was signed in 1814. Show Eidsvoll verkon the map
LillestrømLillestrøm is a town located some 18 km (11 mi) east-northeast of Oslo, the capital city of Norway. With a population of some 14,000 inhabitants, it is the administrative centre of Skedsmo Municipality in Akershus County, and lies within the traditional district of Romerike. Show Lillestrømon the map
BørgenBorgen is a village in the municipality of Ullensaker, Norway. Its population (2005) is 594. Børgen has both soccer and handball teams. In recent years, Børgen has started to grow. Usually, new families move to Børgen due to its good environment and proximity to the city. Show Børgenon the map
SundetSundet is the administrative centre of Eidsvoll, a municipality in Akershus, Norway. It contains several stores and supermarkets.It is located right next to the river Vorma, and is in the vicinity of Eidsvoll High School, Eidsvoll Church and Eidsvoll train station. Show Sundeton the map
MomoenMomoen is a village in the municipality of Aurskog-Høland, Norway. Its population (2005) is 349. Momoen has one local football team called MIUL (Momoens Idretts- og Ungdomslag). Momoen is about 55 km from Oslo. Momoen has a local 1st to 4th grade school. Show Momoenon the map
AskAsk is the administrative centre of Gjerdrum municipality, Norway. Its population (2005) is 1,038. Ask contains a community centre, schools, kindergartens, training centre, shops, pub, restaurants and hotel, according to public information. Show Askon the map
NeskollenNeskollen is a village in Nes municipality, Norway, located a few kilometres northwest of the urban area Årnes. Its population is 1,126, of which 7 people live within the border of the neighboring municipality Ullensaker. Show Neskollenon the map
SeterstøaSeterstøa is a village in Nes in Akershus, Norway. The village has a railway station, Seterstøa Station on Kongsvingerbanen. There is also a bridge over Glomma at Seterstøa, replacing the former ferry. Show Seterstøaon the map
SkyttaSkytta is a village in Akershus, Norway. It is located in the south of Nittedal, near Hagan and between Slattum and Gjelleråsen. Since 1984 the corporation Rosings Industrier has been located here. Show Skyttaon the map
SvestadSvestad is a village and a former oil and gas harbour in Akershus, Norway. Svestad is situated at the Oslofjorden side of the peninsula and municipality of Nesodden just south of Oslo. Show Svestadon the map
MauraMaura is a village in the municipality of Nannestad, Norway. It is located a few miles west of Råholt, and north of the municipality centre Teigebyen. Its population (2005) is 2.400. Show Mauraon the map
LangsetLangset is a village in the municipality of Eidsvoll, Norway. It is located a few kilometres east of Minnesund, near the southern end of lake Mjøsa. Its population (2005) is 309. Show Langseton the map
IngeborgrudIngeborgrud 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. Its population is 333. Show Ingeborgrudon the map
AulifeltetAulifeltet is a village in the municipality of Nes, Akershus, Norway. Its population is 2,683, of which 512 people live within the border of the neighboring municipality Sørum. Show Aulifelteton the map
LeirsundLeirsund is a village in the municipality of Skedsmo, Norway. Its population (2005) is 1,177, of which 83 people live within the border of the neighboring municipality Sørum. Show Leirsundon the map
TomteråsenHvam is a village in Nes municipality, Norway. It is a part of the urban area Tomteråsen, which is located a few miles west of the urban area Årnes. Its population is 660. Show Tomteråsenon the map
TeigebyenTeigebyen is the administrative centre in Nannestad municipality, Norway. It is located southwest of Råholt, and northwest of Gardermoen. Its population (2005) is 2,209. Show Teigebyenon the map
VestbyVestby is a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the Follo traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Vestby. Show Vestbyon the map
SørumsandSørumsand is a small railway town, situated in Sørum Municipality in Akershus in Norway. Sørumsand was the terminus of also known as \"Tertitten\". Show Sørumsandon the map
LanghusLanghus is a village in the municipality of Ski in Akershus, Norway. Norway with a population of about 13,000. Langhus includes the local areas of Bøleråsen, Vevelstad and Langhus. Show Langhuson the map
HammerstadHammerstad is a village in Eidsvoll municipality, Norway. Its population in 1999 was 992, but since 2001 it is considered a part of the urban area Eidsvoll. Show Hammerstadon the map
RotnesRotnes is the administrative centre of Nittedal municipality, Norway. Its population (2010) is 20 939. It is located by the Norwegian National Road 4. Show Rotneson the map
FinnbråtenFinnbråten is a village in the municipality of Eidsvoll, Norway. It is located a few kilometres east of Eidsvoll town. Its population (2005) is 749. Show Finnbråtenon the map
OppåkermoenOpakermoen is a village in the municipality of Nes, Akershus, Norway. Its population (2008) is 448. The local sports team is Funnefoss/Vormsund IL. Show Oppåkermoenon the map
MinnesundMinnesund is a village in the municipality of Eidsvoll, Norway. It is located at the southern end of lake Mjøsa. As of 2005, its population is 488. Show Minnesundon the map
FenstadFenstad is a village in the municipality of Nes, Akershus, Norway. Fenstad lies in the northern part of Nes municipality, east of the Vorma river. Show Fenstadon the map
JarJar is a district in the municipality of Bærum, Norway. Its population (2007) is 4,868. It is served by the Jar rail station on the Kolsås Line. Show Jaron the map
Bærums verkBærums Verk is a village in Bærum in Akershus, Norway, with a population of about 8000. It is located on both sides of the river Lomma. Show Bærums verkon the map
SkedsmokorsetSkedsmokorset is a village in the municipality of Skedsmo and in the county of Akershus. Skedsmokorset has about 15,000 inhabitants. Show Skedsmokorseton the map
GanGan is a village in Fet municipality, Norway. It is located close to the eastern shore of lake Øyeren, between Fetsund and Trøgstad. Show Ganon the map
DalDal is a village in Eidsvoll, Akershus, Norway. The village has a railway station, Dal Station, served by the Oslo Commuter Rail. Show Dalon the map
KjellerKjeller is a village located near Lillestrøm in the municipality of Skedsmo, Norway. It is located 25 kilometers north of Oslo. Show Kjelleron the map
BomannsvikBomannsvik is a village in Akershus, Norway, situated at the shore of Bunnefjorden in the municipality of Nesodden. Show Bomannsvikon the map
Kirkebygda Show Kirkebygdaon the map
FjellfotenFjellfoten is a village in the municipality of Nes, Akershus, Norway. Its population (2005) is 1,006. Show Fjellfotenon the map
AursmoenAursmoen is a village in the municipality of Aurskog-Høland, Norway. Its population (2007) is 2,318. Show Aursmoenon the map
SonSon is an old town, and a former municipality. It is located in Vestby municipality in Akershus. Show Sonon the map
LøkenLøken is a village in the municipality of Aurskog-Høland, Norway. Its population (2005) is 906. Show Løkenon the map
AlgarheimAlgarheim is a village in the municipality of Ullensaker, Norway. Its population (2005) is 371. Show Algarheimon the map
BrårudBrårud is a village in the municipality of Nes, Akershus, Norway. Its population (2005) is 452. Show Brårudon the map
VormsundVormsund is a City in the municipality of Nes, Akershus, Norway. Its population (2005) is 461. Show Vormsundon the map
NordkisaNordkisa is a village in the municipality of Ullensaker, Norway. Its population (2005) is 853. Show Nordkisaon the map
FjellstadFjellstad is a village in the municipality of Rælingen, Norway. Its population (2005) is 943. Show Fjellstadon the map
ÅnebyÅneby is a village in the municipality of Nittedal, Norway. Its population (2006) is 1356 . Show Ånebyon the map
FjellsrudFjellsrud is a village in the municipality of Fet, Norway. Its population (2005) is 438. Show Fjellsrudon the map
HagaHaga is a village in the municipality of Nes, Akershus, Norway. Its population is 571. Show Hagaon the map
LørenfalletLørenfallet is a village in Sørum municipality, Norway. Its population is 1,021. Show Lørenfalleton the map
LunderåsenLundermoen is a village in Sørum municipality, Norway. Its population is 1,207. Show Lunderåsenon the map
GarderGarder is a parish and village in Vestby municipality, Akershus county, Norway. Show Garderon the map
FlatebyFlateby is a village in Enebakk municipality, Norway. Its population is 3,298. Show Flatebyon the map
LindebergLindeberg is a village in Sørum municipality, Norway. Its population is 926. Show Lindebergon the map
FrognerFrogner is a village in Sørum municipality, Norway. Its population is 1,174. Show Frogneron the map
FeiringFeiring is an area in the Eidsvoll municipality in Akershus county, Norway. Show Feiringon the map
BlakerBlaker is a village and a former municipality of Akershus county, Norway. Show Blakeron the map
DikemarkDikemark Hospital is a former psychiatric hospital in Asker, Norway. Show Dikemarkon the map
Pepperstad skogPepperstad skog is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Pepperstad skogon the map
FinstadjordetFinstadjordet is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Finstadjordeton the map
Store BrevikStore Brevik is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Store Brevikon the map
EnebakknesetEnebakkneset is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Enebakkneseton the map
StyrigrendaStyrigrenda is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Styrigrendaon the map
FlaskebekkFlaskebekk is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Flaskebekkon the map
FinstadbruFinstadbru is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Finstadbruon the map
GullhellaGullhella is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Gullhellaon the map
KjøvangenKjøvangen is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Kjøvangenon the map
RånåsfossRånåsfoss is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Rånåsfosson the map
KringlerKringler is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Kringleron the map
SkulerudSkulerud is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Skulerudon the map
LierfossLierfoss is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Lierfosson the map
SofiemyrSofiemyr is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Sofiemyron the map
BlylagetBlylaget is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Blylageton the map
BrudalenBrudalen is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Brudalenon the map
ØsteråsØsterås is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Østeråson the map
BjerkåsBjerkås is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Bjerkåson the map
HakadalHakadal is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Hakadalon the map
OksvalOksval is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Oksvalon the map
DønskiDønski is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Dønskion the map
SkårerSkårer is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Skåreron the map
AlværnAlværn is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Alværnon the map
NesbruNesbru is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Nesbruon the map
KjennKjenn is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Kjennon the map
BønBøn is a village in Akershus, Norway. Show Bønon the map
Holtet Show Holteton the map
DrøbakDrøbak and Frogn was established as a parish on its own through a royal decree Sept. 8, 1823. It had been a part of Ås parish. Drøbak was established as a municipality January 1, 1838 (see It was merged with Frogn January 1, 1962. Early Drøbak had ferries that crossed the fjord, in modern times they have largely been replaced by an underwater tunnel. However, some of the old ferries are still used as \"floating restaurants\" during the summer. Show Drøbakon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Akershus
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BærumBærum () is a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Sandvika. Bærum was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838. A suburb of Oslo, Bærum is located on the west coast of the city.Show on map
ÅsÅs is a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the Follo traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Ås. The parish of Aas was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see Ås is one of the fastest growing municipalities in Akershus, with a population of 16.386 in 2009, and a growth of 539 in 2008. Ås is the largest agricultural municipality of Akershus, and home to the Norwegian University of Life Sciences and the amusement park Tusenfryd.Show on map
SkedsmoSkedsmo is a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Romerike. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Lillestrøm. About one third of the municipal population lives in Lillestrøm. Other important towns are Skedsmokorset, Skjetten and Strømmen. A smaller settlement adjoining Lillestrøm is Kjeller. The local newspaper is Romerikes Blad (circulation 39,139 in 2004). The paper comes out daily.Show on map
FrognFrogn is a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the Follo traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Drøbak. Frogn was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see The city of Drøbak was merged with Frogn on 1 January 1962. Frogn is located at the southern part of the peninsula between the main Oslofjord and Bunnefjorden. It borders Nesodden, Ås and Vestby.Show on map
Skiis a town and kommune (municipality) in the Follo district, in Akershus fylke (county), Norway. Ski is the most populous kommune in Follo, and Ski town is the largest town. Ski town serves as the de facto district capital, and the hospital, tingrett (district court), police station and other public services are located there.Show on map
OppegårdOppegård is a village and municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Follo. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Kolbotn. The new municipality of Oppegård was separated from the municipality of Nesodden on 1 July 1915. The municipality has an area of 37 square kilometres (14.3 sq mi), hence it is the smallest municipality in Akershus by area.Show on map
HurdalHurdal is a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Romerike. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Hurdal. Hurdal is located about 70 kilometres (40 mi) north of Oslo, along the lake Hurdalsjøen. Fjellsjøkampen is the highest hill in Akershus. About 5 km north of the administrative centre, Hurdal, is the Hurdal Ski Centre.Show on map
Akershus fylkeAkershus (13px listen) is a county in Norway, bordering Hedmark, Oppland, Buskerud, Oslo, and Østfold; it also has a short border with Sweden (Värmland). Akershus, with more than half a million inhabitants, is the second-largest county by population after Oslo. The county is named after Akershus Fortress. The county administration is in Oslo, which is not part of the county per se.Show on map
NesoddenNesodden is a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Follo. The administrative centre of the municipality is Nesoddtangen. The parish of Næsodden was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see The new municipality of Oppegård was separated from Nesodden on 1 July 1915.Show on map
SørumSørum is a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Romerike. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Sørumsand. Sørum was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see The municipality of Blaker was merged with Sørum on 1 January 1962.Show on map
FetFet is a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the Romerike traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Fetsund. Fet was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see The new municipality of Rælingen was separated from Fet on 1 July 1929. The part of Enebakk municipality lying east of lake Øyeren was transferred to Fet in 1962.Show on map
AskerAsker is a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the Viken traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Asker. The municipality is a suburb of Oslo, the national capital. Asker was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (seeShow on map
UllensakerUllensaker is a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Romerike. The administrative centre of the municipality is the city of Jessheim. It has a population of 32 438 inhabitants. Norway's largest international airport Oslo Airport, Gardermoen, is located in Ullensaker.Show on map
NittedalNittedal is a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Romerike. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Rotnes. The parish of Nitedal was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (seeShow on map
EnebakkEnebakk is a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the Follo traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Kirkebygda. The parish of Enebak was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see The part of Enebakk lying east of lake Øyeren was transferred to Fet municipality in 1962.Show on map
Lørenskogis a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Romerike. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Lørenskog. Lørenskog was separated from the municipality of Skedsmo on 1 January 1908.Show on map
NannestadNannestad is a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Romerike. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Teigebyen. Nannestad was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (seeShow on map
RælingenRælingen is a village and municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Romerike. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Fjerdingby. Rælingen was separated from the municipality of Fet on 1 July 1929.Show on map
Eidsvollis a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the Romerike traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Sundet.Show on map
Aurskog-HølandAurskog-Høland is a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the Romerike traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Bjørkelangen.Show on map
NesNes is a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Romerike. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Årnes.Show on map
GjerdrumGjerdrum is a municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Romerike.Show on map
Different buildings in Akershus
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Oslo Airport, GardermoenOslo Airport (Norwegian: Oslo Lufthavn; IATA: OSL, ICAO: ENGM) is the main international airport serving Oslo, the capital of and most populous city in Norway. Oslo is also served by the low-cost Torp and Rygge airports. Oslo Airport is the main domestic hub and international airport for Norway, and is the second-busiest airport in the Nordic countries. A hub for Scandinavian Airlines, an operating base for Norwegian Air Shuttle, and a focus city for Widerøe, it connects to 28 domestic and about 115 international destinations. Almost 24.7 million passengers traveled through the airport in 2015, making it the nineteenth-busiest airport in Europe.Show on map
Jessheim Railway Converter StationJessheim Station (Norwegian: Jessheim stasjon) is a railway station at Jessheim which opened in 1854. It is 44.60 kilometers (27.71 mi) rom Oslo Central Station and has an elevation of 203.8 meters (669 ft) above mean sea level. The station is part of Norway's first railway, the Trunk Line, which ran from Kristiania (today known as Oslo) to Eidsvoll.Show on map
Oslo, Fornebu AirportOslo Airport, Fornebu (IATA: FBU, ICAO: ENFB) (Norwegian: Oslo lufthavn, Fornebu) was the main airport serving Oslo and Eastern Norway from 1 June 1939 to 7 October 1998. It was then replaced by Oslo Airport, Gardermoen and the area has since been redeveloped. The airport was located at Fornebu in Bærum, 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) from the city center. Fornebu had two runways, one 2,370-metre (7,780 ft) 06/24 and one 1,800 metres (5,900 ft) 01/19, and a capacity of 20 aircraft. In 1996, the airport had 170,823 aircraft movements and 10,072,054 passengers. The airport served as a hub for Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS), Braathens SAFE and Widerøe. In 1996, they and 21 other airlines served 28 international destinations. Due to limited terminal and runway capacity, intercontinental and charterShow on map
Kjeller flyplassKjeller Airport (Norwegian: Kjeller flyplass; ICAO: ENKJ) is a military and general aviation airport located in Kjeller in Skedsmo, Norway. Situated in the outskirts of Lillestrøm, it is 9 nautical miles (17 km; 10 mi) east northeast of Oslo, making it the airport located the closest to the capital. The airport has a single 1,735-meter (5,692 ft) asphalt runway numbered 12–30, with a declared distance of 1,357-meter (4,452 ft). The airport is owned by the Norwegian Defence Logistics Organization, while the civilian operations is carried out by Kjeller Aero Senter. The main military activity is the Aerospace Industrial Maintenance Norway, the main maintenance facility for the Royal Norwegian Air Force (RNoAF).Show on map
Telenor ArenaTelenor Arena, sometimes referred to as Fornebu Arena, is a multi-purpose indoor arena located at Fornebu in Bærum, outside Oslo, Norway. It serves as a venue for a variety of events, including concerts, exhibitions, action shows, family shows, TV and sport. It has a capacity for 15,000 spectators for sports and 23,000 for concerts, including 40 luxury boxes and club seating for 1,200. The venue has a fixed roof and an asphalt floor. The venue was opened ahead of the 2009 Norwegian football season as a replacement for Nadderud Stadion. It cost 585 million Norwegian kroner (NOK) to build, of which NOK 300 million was for the sports venue.Show on map
LommedalenLommedalen is a rural community in a small valley in Bærum municipality in the county of Akershus, Norway. The population is about 11000 people. Lommedalen valley opens up at Bærums Verk and runs about 5 kilometers to the north.Show on map
Øvrevoll RacecourseØvrevoll Galoppbane is the only gallop racecourse in Norway It is located at Øvrevoll between Østerås (west), Jar (south) and Eiksmarka (north) in Bærum. It has both a turf track and an all-weather track. It was officially opened in 1932 by King Haakon VII and Queen Maud. The biggest event of the year is the Derby Day, one Sunday at the end of August every year. Øvrevoll Galoppbane has a grandstand with a restaurant, as well as the Stallkroen Restaurant on the north side of the track. Sherryhaugen Café has a good view of the paddock.Show on map
SlependenSlependen Station (Norwegian: Slependen holdeplass) is a railway station on the Drammen Line located at Slependen in Bærum, Norway. Situated 15.82 kilometers (9.83 mi) from Oslo Central Station, it consists of an island platform and serves the L1 line of the Oslo Commuter Rail operated by the Norwegian State Railways. It had 900 daily passengers in 2008.Show on map
NittedalNittedal Station (Norwegian: Nittedal stasjon) is a railway station on the Gjøvik Line at Rotnes in Akershus county, Norway. The station was opened in 1900 as a stop for passengers and freight two years ahead of the opening of the Gjøvik Line in 1902. In 1907 Nittedal was upgraded from a stop to a station manned to expedite trains, passengers and freight. In the years in between a station building was also erected that had been drawn by architect Paul Armin Due. In 1971, after almost 70 years of being in service the station became fully automatized and remote controlled.Show on map
GjønnesGjønnes is a rapid transit station of the Oslo Metro's Kolsås Line, situated in the Bærum, Norway, neighborhood of Gjønnes, just west of Bekkestua. Located 11.8 kilometers (7.3 mi) from Stortinget, the station is served by Line 3 of the metro, normally with a fifteen-minute headway. Travel time to Stortinget is 22 minutes. The station is a popular park and ride site, with 200 parking places.Show on map
HvalstadHvalstad Station (Norwegian: Hvalstad stasjon) is a railway station of the Drammen Line located at Hvalstad in Asker, Norway. Situated 20.19 kilometers (12.55 mi) from Oslo Central Station, it consists of an island platform and serves the L1 line of the Oslo Commuter Rail operated by the Norwegian State Railways. The station served 233,000 passengers in 2012.Show on map
SkaugumSkaugum is the official residence of Crown Prince Haakon of Norway and of his wife Crown Princess Mette-Marit. The estate is located in Asker municipality, about 12 miles southwest of Oslo. Owned by the Church in the Middle Ages, it passed through several owners until 1909, when Fritz Wedel Jarlsberg bought it. When Crown Prince Olav and Crown Princess Märtha were married in 1929, Wedel Jarlsberg sold it to the couple.Show on map
AvløsAvløs is a station on the Kolsås Line (line 2) on the Oslo Metro system. It is between Valler and Haslum, 13.6 km from Stortinget. The station was opened 1 July 1924 as part of the tramway Lilleaker Line. Along with most of the line, Avløs closed for upgrades on 1 July 2006 and its service was temporarily provided by bus. Avløs, among other things, received longer platforms which can accommodate trains with up to six cars like most of the metro system. The company responsible for public transport in Oslo, Ruter, had the long-term objective of opening the Kolsås Line for Metro use again.Show on map
BekkestuaBekkestua is a station on Kolsås Line of the Oslo Metro situated at Bekkestua in Bærum, Norway. Located between Egne Hjem and Gjønnes, it was reopened on 15 August 2011 after being closed on 1 July 2006. Between 1 July 2003 and November 2004, Bekkestua was the end station on the Kolsås Line. For a while the station was only being served by the Oslo Tramway line 13, while the station was closed for an upgrade.Show on map
HaugerHauger is a station on the Kolsås Line (line 6) on the Oslo Metro system. It is between Kolsås and Gjettum, 16.5 kilometers (10.3 mi) from Stortinget. It serves the neighborhood Hauger and the mainly industrial area Rud. Two upper secondary schools Rud and Rosenvilde are located in its vicinity. The station was opened on 1 January 1930 as part of the tramway Lilleaker Line.Show on map
Morskogen stasjonMorskogen is a stretch of woodland on the Mjøsa, Norway's biggest lake. It is located between Eidsvoll, Akershus (the place where the Norwegian constitution was written in 1814) and Stange, Hedmark. Morskogen was a battlefield in 1940 between the invading German Wehrmacht and the Norwegian Army, which ended in victory for the Germans.Show on map
SandSand is a village in Ullensaker municipality in Akershus, Norway. The village lies halfway between Gardermoen and Jessheim. The village was previously its own urban area, but now is part of the urban area of Jessheim. Raknehaugen, Ljøgodttjernet, Olaløkka and Kjosbakken are places in Sand.Show on map
GjettumGjettum is a station on the Kolsås Line of the Oslo Metro. It is located between Hauger and Avløs at the foot of Kolsås, 15.5 kilometers (9.6 mi) from Stortinget. The station was opened 1 January 1930 as part of the tramway Lilleaker Line. Along with most of the line, Gjettum was closed for upgrades between 1 July 2006 and 12 October 2014 with its service temporarily provided by bus route 42. Gjettum, among other things, received longer platforms which can accommodate trains with up to six cars like most of the subway system and was moved to compensate for the closure of Valler.Show on map
OscarsborgOscarsborg Fortress (Norwegian: Oscarsborg festning) is a coastal fortress in the Oslofjord, close to the small town of Drøbak. The best known part is situated on two small islets. The main artillery batteries are on the island Håøya and smaller batteries on the mainland to the west and east in the fjord and was military territory until 2003 when it was made a publicly available resort island. The fortress is best known for sinking the German heavy cruiser Blücher on 9 April 1940. In 2014, Oscarsborg Fortress was given protected status, effective from 9 April that year.Show on map
HaslumHaslum is a station on the Kolsås Line on the Oslo Metro. It is between Avløs and Gjønnes, 13.0 kilometers (8.1 mi) from Stortinget. It serves the neighborhood Haslum. The station was opened 1 July 1924 as part of the tramway Lilleaker Line. Along with most of the line, Haslum closed for upgrades on 1 July 2006 and its service was temporarily provided by bus. Haslum among other things, received longer platforms which can accommodate trains with up to six cars like most of the subway system. It reopened on 15 December 2013.Show on map
BondivatnBondivatn Station (Norwegian: Bondivatn holdeplass) is a railway station located in Asker, Norway on the Spikkestad Line. The station was opened as part of Drammen Line on 7 July 1952, but in 1973 the new Lieråsen Tunnel opened through Lieråsen, and the old part of Drammen Line was transformed to a commuter train line. The station is served by commuter trains to Oslo Central Station and onward to Lillestrøm Station. Bondivatn is primarily a residential area.Show on map
HønHøn Station (Norwegian: Høn stoppested) is a railway station on the Drammen Line located at Høn in Asker, Norway. Situated 22.17 kilometers (13.78 mi) from Oslo Central Station, it consists of an island platform and serves the L1 line of the Oslo Commuter Rail operated by the Norwegian State Railways. The station served 130,000 passengers in 2012. The station opened on 10 December 1930 and received double track in 1955. It became unstaffed in 1971.Show on map
HeggedalHeggedal Station (Norwegian: Heggedal stasjon) is a railway station located at Heggedal in Asker, Norway on the Spikkestad Line. The station was opened as part of Drammen Line in 1959, but in 1973 the new Lieråsen Tunnel opened through Lieråsen, and the old part of Drammen Line was transformed to a commuter train line. The station is served by Oslo Commuter Rail trains to Oslo S and onward to Moss. Heggedal is primarily a residential area.Show on map
VakåsVakås Station (Norwegian: Vakås holdeplass) is a railway station on the Drammen Line located at Vakås in Asker, Norway. Situated 21.23 kilometers (13.19 mi) from Oslo Central Station, it consists of an island platform and serves the L1 line of the Oslo Commuter Rail operated by the Norwegian State Railways. The station served 155,000 passengers in 2012. The station was opened on 1 July 1957 as part of the doubling of the Drammen Line.Show on map
Hauerseter stasjonHauerseter Station is a railway station located at Hauerseter in Ullensaker, Norway on the Trunk Line. The station was opened in 1894 and is served by commuter train Line 440 from Drammen via Oslo Central Station to Dal. From 1947 until the construction of Gardermoen Line and Oslo Airport, Gardermoen in the 1990s, Hauerseter was the terminal station of the Line, a branch line that went to Gardermoen Air Station.Show on map
TrandumTrandum is a village in Akershus, Norway. The woods near Trandum were an infamous site of execution of political prisoners during the Occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany. In 1945 a total of 194 bodies were found in mass graves in the woods of Trandum, including 173 Norwegians, six British and fifteen Soviet citizens. Those who could be identified were exhumed and placed in individual graves (see Bjarne Dalland).Show on map
Søndre HølandSøndre Høland is a former municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It was created when Høland municipality was split in two on 1 July 1924. At that time Søndre Høland had a population of 2,106. On 1 January 1964 Søndre Høland was merged with Nordre Høland, Setskog and Aurskog to form the new municipality Aurskog-Høland. Prior to the merger Søndre Høland had a population of 2,173.Show on map
VålerengaVålerenga (Norwegian pronunciation: is a neighbourhood in the city of Oslo, Norway, belonging to the borough of Gamle Oslo. Vålerenga is located between the neighbourhoods of Gamlebyen, Jordal, Ensjø, Etterstad and Lodalen. Vålerenga is in particular known for its traditional, small wooden houses, and for its football and ice hockey-teams: Vålerenga IF Fotball and Vålerenga Ishockey.Show on map
ØsteråsØsterås is the terminal station on the Røa Line of the Oslo Metro. The station is located in Bærum municipality, 10.2 km from Stortinget and was opened on 16 November 1972, extending the line from Lijordet. Østerås is a largely residential area. Next to the station is the middle school Østerås. The station also serves Eikeli Upper Secondary School.Show on map
HakadalHakadal Station (Norwegian: Hakadal stasjon) is located on the Gjøvik Line at Hakadal in Norway. The station was opened as Hakedal in 1900 as a stop for passengers and freight, two years ahead of the opening of the Gjøvik Line in 1902. In 1971, the station became fully automatized and remote controlled. There is no ticket machine at the station.Show on map
BodungBodung Station (Norwegian: Bodung holdeplass) is a railway station located in Bodung in Nes, Norway on the Kongsvinger Line. The station was built in 1913 as part of the Kongsvinger Line. The station is served hourly, with extra rush hour departures, by the Oslo Commuter Rail line 460 operated by the Norwegian State Railways.Show on map
HagaHaga 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. The station is served hourly, with extra rush hour departures, by the Oslo Commuter Rail line 460 operated by Norwegian State Railways.Show on map
LijordetLijordet is a station on the Røa Line of the Oslo Metro. It is located between Østerås and Eiksmarka, 9.6 km from Stortinget. It is the second of three stations on the Røa Line within Bærum municipality. The station was opened in 1951 when Røabanen was expanded from Grini to Lijordet.Show on map
SkallumSkallum is an area at Stabekk in Bærum, Norway. It was named after the historic estate Skallum (Skallum Gård). It is known locally for its art gallery and as a recreational area, and nationally as the site of an event in the closing days of World War II in Europe.Show on map
GriniGrini prison camp (Norwegian: Grini fangeleir, German: Grini) was a Nazi concentration camp in Bærum, Norway, which operated between 1941 and May 1945. Ila Detention and Security Prison is now located here.Show on map
Gamle GrasmoenGrasmo is a small settlement in eastern Norway, on the border to Sweden. Its in the northern part of the village of Setskog in Aurskog-Høland municipality in Akershus County.It is currently inhabited by 6-7 families.Show on map
GjettumGjettum is a neighbourhood in Bærum, Akershus, Norway. It is located south of Kolsås. The area is named after the Gjettum farm. Gjettum is served by the Gjettum station on the Kolsås Line.Show on map
SetskogSetskog is a village and a former municipality in Akershus county, Norway. It bordered Østfold county to the south, Hedmark county to the north and Sweden to the east.Show on map
MogreinaMogreina is a village in Akershus, Norway. It is located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) away from Gardermoen.It has one school with around 100 students.Show on map
FjellhammarFjellhamar is a village in Akershus, Norway and is about twenty minutes driving from Oslo.Show on map
RunddelenRunddelen is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
MarikollenMarikollen is a ski jumping normal hill in Rælingen, Norway.Show on map
SkuibakkenSkuibakken is a ski jumping large hill in Bærum, Norway.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Akershus
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NitelvaNitelva is a river that rises at Grua and flows to Harestuvatnet in the southern part of Lunner municipality in Oppland. The river then flows southwards and ends at Øyeren. The river has at this point run for around 37 kilometres (23 mi) and has dropped around 30 metres (98 ft). The river is part of theShow on map
BogstadvannetBogstadvannet (English: Lake Bogstad) is a lake between the city of Oslo and the municipality of Bærum, Akershus, Norway. It is part of which in turn is part of Oslomarkvassdraget. During the occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany from 1940 to 1945, the camping ground was used for military barracks. Structures from this time remained under Norwegian military administration until the 1950s.Show on map
ÅrungenÅrungen is a lake in Norway in the municipality of Ås about 18 miles (29 km) south of Oslo which is notable for being an environment containing microscopic creatures called collodictyons. Norwegian scientists have been studying the creatures for two decades and speculate that they may be one of the oldest known organisms, and may provide clues about the origins of life. One kilometre south of the lake lies the Norwegian University of Life Sciences. Årungen is also home to the Norwegian national center for rowing and paddling. Årungen was host to the 1993 World Rowing Junior Championships.Show on map
SettenSetten is a lake that lies in Setskog in Aurskog-Høland municipality in Akershus. The lake lies in typical forest terrain. The lake has many bays and small islands, and is a popular canoeing, fishing and camping area. The lake is part of the Haldenvassdraget, and empties into Mjermen. The fishing in Setten consists of northern pike, European perch, common roach, common bleak and burbot.Show on map
SemsvatnetSemsvannet and vicinity elected the place of the millennium in Norway. Semsvannet is a great lake in Asker municipality in Akershus county, southwest of Oslo, in Norway. The lake is situated close to, for the Norwegians, famous places such as the ridge Skaugumsåsen, the old cultural house Tangen and Skaugum the official residence of the heir to the throne of Norway, i.e. the crown prince or princess of Norway. The status of Semsvannet as a nature reserve was upgraded when the area was protected as a conservation area October 2, 1992.Show on map
VormaVorma is a river in Norway that brings water from lake Mjøsa into the Glomma river. The Vorma is 30 kilometres (19 mi) long and flows through the town of Eidsvoll. The Vorma flows from Lake Mjøsa at the village of Minnesund to join with the Glomma at Årnes. Vorma was so named because it was a \"warm\" river that never freezes over, while both the Glomma and the Gudbrandsdalslågen routinely freeze. The junction of the Vorma with the Glomma at Årnes and Nes is the site of the Funnefoss on the Glomma, a 10-metre (33 ft) fall.Show on map
HallangenHallangen is a lake on rv 21 in Setskog, Aurskog-Høland, a municipality of Akershus. Hallangen lies at a height of 191 m above sea level. The lake is a remnant of the timber floating between Langebruslora and down to Gåsefjorden. From 2004, many new cabins have been built around Hallangen and eastwards. Flyktningeruta, which was a flight route during World War II passes through Hallangen. Flyktningeruta was marked in 1995.Show on map
SværsvatnSværsvann is a lake in the southeast of Oslo, Norway. The lake drains off into the river Hobølelva. The lake's surrounding areas are mostly residential. Sværsvann is a popular bathing place, and the name is believed to origin from \"Sværd Vandet\", which means \"Sword Water\", because a sword was once found at the bottom of the lake. The bottom water contains huge amount of salts, organic nutrition and hydrogen sulfid.Show on map
ØyerenØyeren is a lake in the Glomma River watershed, southeast of Lillestrøm. It is located within the municipalities of Enebakk, Skedsmo, Fet and Rælingen in Akershus county and Spydeberg and Trøgstad municipalities in Østfold county. Lake Øyeren is the ninth largest lake by area in Norway with a surface area of 84.7 km². It is 101 meters above sea level and 71 meters deep.Show on map
GjersjøelvaGjersjøelva (former Hvitebjørnselva) is a river in the municipality of Oppegård in Akershus county, Norway. It flows from Gjersjøen and mouth into Bunnefjorden near Hvervenbukta, a total fall of 40 metres (130 ft). The last part of the river forms the border between Akershus and Oslo. Gjersjøelva had one of the first saw mills in Norway, from the 16th century.Show on map
AndelvaAndelva is a 15-kilometre (9 mi) river that runs through Eidsvoll, Norway. It flows from the lake Hurdalssjøen at Eidsvoll Verk to the river Vorma in the town center of Eidsvoll. There are fifteen fish species registered in the river, with good fishing possibilities. The river is protected from 15 September to 1 May.Show on map
DælivatnetDælivannet is a lake in Bærum, Akershus county, Norway. It lies just beneath the Kolsås hill on the East side. The lake contains perch and pike and has a rich bird life. The painting Seljefløiten, painted by Christian Skredsvig (1854–1924), shows a boy playing the flute by the South-East side of Dælivannet.Show on map
GjersjøenGjersjøen is a lake in the municipalities Oppegård and Ås in Akershus county, Norway. It has a surface area of 2.6 km², and is 40 m above sea level. The lake drains through Gjersjøelva to Bunnefjorden.Show on map
SlependenSlependen is a relatively large area in Bærum, Norway. On Slependen it is significant villa settlement, as well as considerable office and commercial activities.Show on map
ØgderenØgderen is a lake in the municipalities of Aurskog-Høland in Akershus county and Trøgstad in Østfold county, Norway.Show on map
MangenMangen is a lake in the municipalities of Eidskog in Hedmark county and Aurskog-Høland in Akershus county, Norway.Show on map
EngervatnetEngervannet is a lake between Blommenholm and Sandvika in the municipality of Bærum in Akershus county, Norway.Show on map
HurdalssjøenHurdalssjøen is a lake in the municipalities of Hurdal, Eidsvoll and Nannestad in Akershus county, Norway.Show on map
ØsternvannØsternvann is a lake north of Fossum in the municipality of Bærum in Akershus county, Norway.Show on map
BjørkelangenBjørkelangen is a lake in the municipality of Aurskog-Høland in Akershus county, Norway.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Akershus
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OstøyaOstøya is an island in the western section of Oslofjord (Vestfjorden), within the borders of the municipality of Bærum. It is the second largest island in the Oslo basin, after Nesøya. It is adjacent to the municipal border with Asker, where Nesøya and Brønnøya are to its northwest and southwest, respectively. Within Bærum, Borøya is to the north, Kjeholmen to the northeast, and Grimsøya to the east. To the south is Gåsøya.Show on map
LangøyeneLangøyene is an island in Bunnefjorden in the inner part of Oslofjord, in the municipitality of Nesodden in Akershus, Norway. It is owned by the municipality of Oslo. Langøyene were originally two islands, Nordre Langøy and Søndre Langøy. The three islands were bought by the municipitality of Kristiania in 1902, and the strait between the two islands has been filled with garbage deposits.Show on map
MistbergetMistberget is a mountain in Akershus in southeastern Norway, and is visible from most places in Romerike. Near the top is a fire tower dating from 1938 and a TV transmitter mast. From the fire watch tower on the top, there is a wonderful view. The tower may seem flimsy and the thin iron stairs can seem daunting for most. The tower is, however, very safe and has been thoroughly checked.Show on map
HøvikoddenHøvikodden is a headland in Bærum municipality, Norway, located by the Oslofjord near the populated area Høvik, whence its name was taken. It is the site of the well-known Henie Onstad Kunstsenter. A small beach is located nearby. Further east are the headquarters of the classification company Det Norske Veritas. Høvikodden BeachShow on map
Nordre NesøyaNesøya is a small island in the municipality of Asker, Norway. It is linked to the mainland via a bridge. The island is known for having a number of celebrities and members of the Norwegian financial elite among its residents. Much of the eastern part of the island is a nature reserve.Show on map
Nordre Kolsås / VardenKolsås is a wooded mountain ridge in the municipality of Bærum, Norway. Geologically, Kolsås belongs to the Oslo Graben area. Its two peaks consist of hard rhomb porphyric lava covering softer rocks, forming steep cliffs to the east, south and west.Show on map
SnarøyaSnarøya is a populated peninsula in the inner Oslofjord in Norway. It belongs to Bærum municipality in Akershus county. It is located south of the districts Lysaker, Lagåsen and Fornebu, and has 2,940 inhabitants.Show on map
Vardåsen (Enebakk)Vardåsen is a hill and the highest point in the municipality of Enebakk, Norway. It is located between the two lakes Børtervann and Øyeren, and has a height of 374 m.a.s.l.Show on map
HåøyaHåøya is an island in Oslofjorden in Frogn municipality, Norway. Its area is 5.6 km², which makes it the largest island in inner Oslofjorden.Show on map
BrønnøyaBrønnøya is an island in the western section of Oslofjord (Vestfjorden), within the borders of the municipality of Asker.Show on map
FjellsjøkampenFjellsjøkampen is a top in Hurdal, Akershus, Norway. It is the highest point in Akershus.Show on map
HagatjernhaugenHagatjennhaugen is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
RognstadkollenRognstadkollen is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
SkotjernhaugenSkotjernhaugen is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
NordklofjelletNordklofjellet is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
RamstadslottetRamstadslottet is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
NordlikampenNordliskampen is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
VaringskollenVaringskollen is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
MiddagskollenMiddagskollen is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
SørgardhaugenSørgårdhaugen is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
SkreikampenSkreikampen is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
KorpehaugenKorpehaugen is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
KlofjellKlofjell is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
ToppåsenToppåsen is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
SignalenSignalen is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
SkurvenSkurven is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
FaksebrennkolleneFaksebrennkollene is a mountain of Akershus, Norway.Show on map
ElgheiaElgheia is a mountain of Akershus, Norway.Show on map