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Basic information about Nordland
Nordland [ˈnuːɖˈlɑn] (Norwegian: Nordland, Northern Sami: Nordlándda) is a county in Norway in the Northern Norway region, bordering Troms in the north, Nord-Trøndelag in the south, Norrbotten County in Sweden to the east, Västerbotten County to the southeast, and the Atlantic Ocean (Norwegian Sea) to the west. The county was formerly known as Nordlandene amt. The county administration is in Bodø. The remote Arctic island of Jan Mayen has been administered from Nordland since 1995. In the southern part is Vega, listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list. The history of Nordland is a tale about the gifts from the sea: One of the most productive seas in the world providing food all year since ancient times, the same sea creates a climate more moderate than any other place in the arctic; even the bedrock itself enriched by sea living organisms millions of years ago in the geological past.
Cities, towns & villages in Nordland
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MosjøenMosjøen (Southern Sami: Mussere) is a town, a former town municipality, and a former privileged staple place in the Municipality of Vefsn in the southern part of the County of Northland, Norway. Established in 1875, Mosjøen is the oldest town in the Helgeland region, and only Bodø is older within Nordland. The (1,580-acre) village has a population (2013) of 9,665, giving it a population density of 1,508 inhabitants per square kilometre (3,910/sq mi). Show Mosjøenon the map
Leknesis a town in Nordland county, Norway. The town is also the administrative centre of the municipality of Vestvågøy (with 10,764 inhabitants, it is the most populous municipality in Lofoten and Vesterålen). The (590-acre) town has a population (2013) of 3,176. The population density of the town is 1,340 inhabitants per square kilometre (3,500/sq mi). Leknes was designated a \"town\" (Norwegian: by) in 2002. Show Lekneson the map
GryttingGrytting is a village in the municipality of Hadsel in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the island of Langøya on the northern shore of the Hadselfjorden. It is located approximately between the towns of Stokmarknes and Sortland, and just south of Gjerstad. Most of the inhabitants in Grytting are employed in either agriculture or the fishing industry. Elbjørg has a home bakery there, and her bread is known locally to be one of the best in that area. One Horse Centre (Grytting Hestesenter og hovslager) is located there as well, just across the road of Elbjørg's home bakery. Show Gryttingon the map
RambergRamberg is a village on the island of Flakstadøya in the Lofoten archipelago in Nordland county, Norway. The village is also the administrative centre of Flakstad municipality. It has approximately 350 inhabitants. The European route E10 highway passes through Ramberg Flakstad Church is located about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) northeast of Ramberg. It is the second church building to exist on this site since 1430. The timber used for the church comes from Russia—the people of Flakstad exchanged fish for timber during the Pomor trade. This is why the steeple has a Russian Orthodox look. Show Rambergon the map
BallangenBallangen (Northern Sami: Bálák) is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Ofoten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Ballangen. Other villages include Bjørkåsen, Kjeldebotn, Kobbvika, and Skarstad. Show Ballangenon the map
MajavatnMajavatn is a village in the municipality of Grane in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the eastern shore of the lake Majavatnet, just west of the boundary of Børgefjell National Park. The village of Leiren lies about 30 kilometres (19 mi) to the northeast and the municipal center of Trofors lies about 45 kilometres (28 mi) to the north. Southern Sami reindeer herders drive their reindeer through the area around Majavatn. Show Majavatnon the map
SelforsSelfors is a village in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. Selfors sits on the northern shore of the river Ranelva and it is a northeastern suburb of the town of Mo i Rana. The European route E06 highway passes through the village. Selfors has been inhabited since the Iron age. Additionally, Selfors has a grocery store (which includes the local post office); a flower shop; a store for hunting, fishing and outdoor life; a petrol station; and an inn located along European route E06. There are six housing cooperatives in Selfors, owned by Mo og Omegn Boligbyggelag. Show Selforson the map
SulisjielmmáSulitjelma (Lule Sami: Sulisjielmmá, Swedish: Sulitelma) is a village in the municipality of Fauske in Nordland county, Norway. Sulitjelma is situated in a lush inland valley at an elevation of 140 metres (460 ft) above sea level. It is on the shore of Langvatnet lake. In addition, Låmivatnet, Kjelvatnet, and Muorkkejávrre lakes are nearby, east and south of the village. The (130-acre) village has a population (2013) of 434. The population density is 819 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,120/sq mi). Show Sulisjielmmáon the map
RognanRognan is a village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Saltdal in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located at the innermost part of Skjerstadfjorden, called the Saltdalsfjorden. It is located about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) north of the village of Røkland. Show Rognanon the map
KabelvågKabelvåg is a village in the municipality of Vågan in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the southern shore of the island of Austvågøya in the Lofoten archipelago. Kabelvåg lies about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) to the southwest of the town of Svolvær, the administrative centre of Vågan municipality. The (290-acre) village has a population (2013) of 1,733. The population density is 1,469 inhabitants per square kilometre (3,800/sq mi). Show Kabelvågon the map
ØrnesØrnes is a village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Meløy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located along Norwegian County Road 17, about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) south of Reipå and about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) north of Eidbukta. The island of Mesøya lies just west of the village. Ørnes is a port of call along the Hurtigruten ferry route between Nesna and Bodø. The (370-acre) village has a population (2013) of 1,661. The population density is 1,100 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,800/sq mi). Show Ørneson the map
Stokmarknesis a small town in the municipality of Hadsel in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the northern coast of the island of Hadseløya. The town is the administrative centre of Hadsel municipality. In 2000, Stokmarknes received \"town status\". The (570-acre) town has a population (2013) of 3,286. The population density is 1,435 inhabitants per square kilometre (3,720/sq mi). The Børøy Bridge and Hadsel Bridge connect Stokmarknes to the island of Langøya to the north. Stokmarknes Airport, Skagen is located on Langøya, just over the bridges from Stokmarknes. Show Stokmarkneson the map
BleikBleik is a fishing village in the municipality of Andøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the northwestern part of the island of Andøya, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) southwest of the town of Andenes. The (89-acre) village of Bleik has a population (2013) of 460. The population density is 1,278 inhabitants per square kilometre (3,310/sq mi). The triangle-shaped island off the coast is called Bleiksøya. This island is the biggest resort of puffins in all of Norway. The lake Bleiksvatnet lies just south of the village. Show Bleikon the map
KorgenKorgen is a village and a former municipality in Nordland county, Norway. The village is also the administrative center of the municipality of Hemnes. The former municipality is the southern part of the present-day municipality of Hemnes. The village of Korgen is the largest village and the administrative center of the municipality of Hemnes. Korgen is connected by road to Mo i Rana, Mosjøen, and Bleikvassli. The (220-acre) village has a population (2013) of 875. The population density is 994 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,570/sq mi). Show Korgenon the map
TroforsTrofors is the administrative centre of the municipality of Grane in Nordland county, Norway. It is located at the confluence of the rivers Austervefsna and Svenningdalselva which forms the large river Vefsna. The village of Leiren lies about 25 kilometres (16 mi) to the southeast and the village of Majavatn lies about 45 kilometres (28 mi) to the south. The (180-acre) village of Trofors has a population (2013) of 766. The population density is 1,035 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,680/sq mi). Show Troforson the map
HovdenHovden is a fishing village in the municipality of Bø in Nordland county, Norway. Hovden makes up the northeastern part of the municipality and is defined geographically by the Malnesfjorden in the east and the ocean in the north and west. The road that goes to Hovden ends at the village. The habitation of Hovden, on the outermost point on a peninsula of the third largest island in Norway (Langøya) is because of the closeness to the rich fishing banks off of the Vesterålen archipelago. Fish processing and fishing are the main employment of dwellers in Hovden. Show Hovdenon the map
SkutvikaSkutvika or Skutvik is a small village in the municipality of Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. The village is situated at the southwestern extreme of the Hamarøya peninsula, about 90 kilometres (56 mi) north of Bodø, 95 kilometres (59 mi) southwest of Narvik, and 40 kilometres (25 mi) south of Svolvær. To the west and south of Skutvik is the Økssundet, a sound connecting the Sagfjorden and Vestfjorden. The landscape in the immediate vicinity of the village is dominated by hills, while further north a row of mountains rises up to 950 metres (3,120 ft) above sea level. Show Skutvikaon the map
Andenesis a village and former municipality in the Vesterålen district of Nordland county, Norway. The municipality encompassed the northern part of the island of Andøya in the present-day municipality of Andøy. The (430-acre) village of Andenes has a population (2013) of 2,694. The population density of the village is 1,557 inhabitants per square kilometre (4,030/sq mi). Show Andeneson the map
Mo i RanaMo i Rana (pronounced \"Moo i Rahna\", Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈmu i'rɑnɑ] a town and administrative centre of the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. It is located just south of the Arctic Circle and in the Helgeland region of Nordland. Some of the outlying areas of the town include the suburbs of Båsmoen and Ytteren in the north and Selfors in the east. Show Mo i Ranaon the map
TjøttaTjøtta is a village and former municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the present-day municipality of Alstahaug. The village of Tjøtta is located on the southern tip of the island of Tjøtta, which is located south of the large island of Alsta. The main church for the area is Tjøtta Church. The (82-acre) village has a population (2013) of 224. The population density is 679 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,760/sq mi). Show Tjøttaon the map
MelbuMelbu is a village in the municipality of Hadsel in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the island of Hadseløya on the northern shore of the Hadselfjorden. Melbu is one of two population centres on the island of Hadseløya, and it is called \"The Pearl of Vesteraalen\". The other being the town of Stokmarknes in the north. The (430-acre) village has a population (2013) of 2,207. The population density is 1,276 inhabitants per square kilometre (3,300/sq mi). Melbu is host to the annual Sommer-Melbu festival. Show Melbuon the map
Sortlandis a town and municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Vesterålen. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Sortland. Other population centres in Sortland include Bø, Holand, Holmstad, Liland, Sigerfjord, and Strand. The Norwegian Coast Guard has its northern base in Sortland, called Kystvaktskvadron Nord. Show Sortlandon the map
MåsskeMusken or Måsske is a village in the municipality of Tysfjord in Nordland county, Norway. It lies halfway along the long and small Hellmofjorden, an arm of the Tysfjorden. The village is not far from Hellemobotn, where mainland Norway is at its narrowest, just 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) wide from the ocean shore to Sweden. Musken has Norway's only manual mail sorting centre. One of Northern Europe's deepest caves, Raggejavreraige, is located just south of Musken. The cave is 580 metres (1,900 ft) deep. Show Måsskeon the map
Narvik(Norwegian) or Áhkanjárga (Northern Sami) is the third-largest town and municipality in Nordland county, Norway by population. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Narvik. Other villages in the municipality include Ankenesstranda, Beisfjord, Bjerkvik, Bjørnfjell, Elvegård, Skjomen, Håkvik, Hergot, Straumsnes, and Vidrek. The Elvegårdsmoen army camp is located near Bjerkvik. Show Narvikon the map
NesnaNesna is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Nesna. Other villages in Nesna include Handnesneset, Husby, Saura, and Vikholmen. The municipality consists of the three islands Tomma, Hugla (known as \"Hugløy\" by its inhabitants), and Handnesøya, and one peninsula that bears the name of the municipality, Nesna. The old Husby Estate is headquartered in Husby on Tomma island. Show Nesnaon the map
RándaBogen (Northern Sami: Ránda) is a village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Evenes in Nordland county, Norway. It is located along the shore of the Ofotfjorden, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) northeast of the village of Liland. The European route E10 highway passes through the village. Bogen Chapel is located in this village. The (130-acre) village has a population (2013) of 363. The population density is 672 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,740/sq mi). Show Rándaon the map
Bø is a village and municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Vesterålen region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Straume. Other villages in the municipality include Bø, Eidet, Hovden, Nykvåg, and Utskor. The Litløy Lighthouse is located on the tiny island of Litløya off the coast of Bø. Show Bøon the map
SørlandSørland is a fishing village and the administrative centre of Værøy municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the southern side of the island of Værøy. The village is the main population center of the island, and it is the location of Værøy Church, Værøy Heliport, and Værøy Lighthouse. The other village on the island is Nordland, about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) to the north and the now-abandoned village of Mostad is located about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) to the southwest. Show Sørlandon the map
KjøpsvikKjøpsvik (Lule Sami: Gásluokta) is a village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Tysfjord in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located on the eastern shore of the Tysfjorden, north of the small village of Storå. The island of Hulløya lies off the coast of Kjøpsvik. The (250-acre) village has a population (2013) of 872. The population density is 872 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,260/sq mi). Show Kjøpsvikon the map
Å, MoskenesÅ (Norwegian pronunciation: [oː], from å meaning \"stream\") is a village in the municipality of Moskenes in Nordland county, Norway. It is located towards the southern end of the Lofoten archipelago. It is connected to the rest of the archipelago by the European route E10 highway. This part of the highway is also called King Olav's Road. Show Å, Moskeneson the map
GaasvaerGåsvær is an island group in the municipality of Herøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) northwest of the municipal center of Silvalen. The main islands in the group include Nordgåsvær, Sørgåsvær, Flatøya, and Innerodden. Gåsvær Chapel is located on Sørgåsvær island. Ytterholmen Lighthouse lies about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) southwest of Gåsvær. Show Gaasvaeron the map
DragDrag (Lule Sami: Ájluokta and Northern Sami: Áiluokta) is a village in the municipality of Tysfjord in Nordland county, Norway. It is located along the Tysfjorden, about 200 kilometres (120 mi) north of Bodø and about 120 kilometres (75 mi) south of Narvik. The (120-acre) village has a population (2013) of 315. The population density is 670 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,700/sq mi). Show Dragon the map
SkonsengSkonseng is a village in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) northeast of the town of Mo i Rana. Skonseng is in an agricultural area with a population of about 1000. The village is located along the south side of the river Ranelva (the village of Røssvoll lies on the north side of the river). The Nordlandsbanen railway line passes through the village. The postcode for Skonseng is 8615. Skonseng is the name of the place where the three valleys Dunderlandsdal, Plurdal, and Rødvassdal meets each other. Show Skonsengon the map
LelandLeland is a village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Leirfjord in Nordland county, Norway. it is located on the northern shore of the Leirfjorden along Norwegian County Road 17. The town of Sandnessjøen is about 20 kilometres (12 mi) southwest of Leland. The village of Sundøy lies to the south and Bardalssjøen lies to the northeast. Leland features two small grocery stores, a hairdresser, a café, a large sports-centre, Leirfjord Church, and a number of other amenities. The (170-acre) village has a population (2013) of 620. The population density of the village is 912 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,360/sq mi). Show Lelandon the map
KaljordKaljord is a village in the municipality of Hadsel in Nordland county, Norway. It is located along the Hadselfjorden on the island of Hinnøya. The area surrounding Kaljord is known as Innlandet or Hadsel Innland and it includes the neighboring villages of Hennes, Kvitnes, Kvantoelv, and Fiskfjord. Show Kaljordon the map
PresteidPresteid is a village in the municipality of Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located immediately east of the village of Oppeid, along the Presteidfjorden. Presteid is part of the Oppeid urban area which has a population (2011) of 497 people. Show Presteidon the map
AnkenesAnkenes is a former municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It encompassed much of the present-day municipality of Narvik, outside of the city of Narvik. Today, Ankenes is a largely residential area west of Narvik, located on the southern side of Beisfjorden. The main village in Ankenes is Ankenesstrand. It was the old administrative centre of Ankenes and it is the location of the Ankenes Church. Show Ankeneson the map
BjerkvikBjerkvik is a village in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county, Norway. Bjerkvik is located at the end of Herjangsfjorden, an arm of Ofotfjorden. Bjerkvik sits less than 20 kilometres (12 mi) south of the border of Troms county. The (300-acre) village has a population (2013) of 1,194. The population density of the village is 971 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,510/sq mi). Show Bjerkvikon the map
TerråkTerråk is a village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Bindal in Nordland country, Norway. The village is located in the eastern part of the municipality, along the shore of the Sørfjorden arm of the Bindalsfjorden. The nearby Vassås Bridge connects Terråk to the village of Vassås just to the north. Show Terråkon the map
GravdalGravdal is a village in the municipality of Vestvågøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the island of Vestvågøya in the central part of the Lofoten archipelago, north of the Arctic Circle. The village is situated along the shore of the Buksnes fjord, approximately 72 kilometres (45 mi) west of the town of Svolvær and 63 kilometres (39 mi) east of Å in Moskenes. The (310-acre) village has a population (2013) of 1,587. The population density is 1,270 inhabitants per square kilometre (3,300/sq mi). Of the more famous people that have visited Gravdal, His Royal Highness King Haakon VII visited once in the 1950s. Show Gravdalon the map
BallstadBallstad is a village in the municipality of Vestvågøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on a small island off the southwestern tip of the island of Vestvågøya in the Lofoten archipelago. It is one of the largest fishing villages in Lofoten. Ballstad is a coastal village situated near the mouth of Buksnesfjorden, where it meets Vestfjorden. The mountain Skottinden lies just west of the village and the village of Gravdal lies about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) to the north. Show Ballstadon the map
FjelldalFjelldal is a village in the municipality of Tjeldsund in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the eastern bank of the Tjeldsundet strait in the northeastern part of the municipality. The village is located about halfway between the villages of Ramsund and Evenskjer. The city of Harstad is located about 45 kilometres (28 mi) north of Fjelldal, and Harstad/Narvik Airport, Evenes is reachable by a 15-minute car drive to the southeast. Show Fjelldalon the map
DønnesDønnes is a village and a former municipality in the Helgeland traditional region in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the present-day municipality of Dønna. The former municipality encompassed the northern part of the island of Dønna, the western parts of the islands of Tomma and Løkta, and many smaller surrounding islands. Show Dønneson the map
BergBerg is a village in the municipality of Sømna in Nordland county, Norway. The village lies about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) north of Vik, just south of the municipal border with Brønnøy. The village of Trælnes lies just north of Berg (in Brønnøy). The (140-acre) village has a population (2013) of 545, including the 17 people in the (4.9-acre) area of the village that crosses over the border into Brønnøy. The population density of the village area is 996 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,580/sq mi). The village is home to some agricultural industries as well as a concrete factory. Show Bergon the map
StraumsnesStraumsnes or Strømsnes is a village in the municipality of Fauske in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the Valnesfjord area of Fauske. The town of Fauske lies 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) to the east and the town of Bodø lies about 40 kilometres (25 mi) to the west. The village sits just inland of the Skjerstadfjorden, along the southern shore of the lake Valnesfjordvatnet. Show Straumsneson the map
SandnessjøenSandnessjøen is a town and the administrative centre of the municipality of Alstahaug in Nordland county, Norway. Sandnessjøen was granted town status in 1788. Sandnessjøen is located on the island of Alsta, just west of the De syv søstre (The Seven Sisters) mountain range. The (990-acre) town has a population (2013) of 5,930. The population density is 1,548 inhabitants per square kilometre (4,010/sq mi). Show Sandnessjøenon the map
InndyrInndyr is a village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Gildeskål in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the mainland part of the municipality, about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) north of Norwegian County Road 17. The (180-acre) village has a population (2013) of 629. The population density of the village is 886 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,290/sq mi). Show Inndyron the map
LovundLovund is an island and village in the municipality of Lurøy in Nordland county, Norway. The island is located west of the Solvær islands and southeast of Træna. Lovund is notable for the large puffin breeding colony located on the rocky north slope of the island. The village of Lovund (sometimes called Strand) is located in the northeastern part of the island. The (110-acre) village has a population (2013) of 426. The population density is 933 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,420/sq mi). Lovund Church, located in the village, serves the people of the island. Show Lovundon the map
ÅgskardetÅgskardet is a village in the municipality of Meløy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the southern side of the Holandsfjorden, about 3.5 kilometres (2.2 mi) north of the village of Tjong (in Rødøy). There were 127 inhabitants in 2008. The village lies along Norwegian County Road 17, with a ferry connection to a port, just west of Halsa. The ferry is the only connection to the rest of Meløy municipality to the north. The village is situated just north of the border with Rødøy municipality. The village has its own school, chapel/community centre, and some private companies. Show Ågskardeton the map
LurøyLurøy is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Lurøy, located on the island of Lurøya. Other villages include Aldra, Haugland, Konsvikosen, Lovund, Sleneset, Stokkvågen, and Tonnes. The municipality is located on the coast just south of the Arctic circle, on the western edge of the Saltfjellet mountain range. The Lurøygården (Lurøy Farm) on Lurøya is a renaissance garden with old plants, a pool, and a nearly 20-metre (66 ft) high Copper Beech. Show Lurøyon the map
OppeidOppeid is a village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located about 90 kilometres (56 mi) southwest of the town of Narvik. It is located right next to the village of Presteid on a small isthmus of land between the Kaldvågfjorden and the Presteidfjorden. The (160-acre) village has a population (2013) of 498. The population density is 766 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,980/sq mi). The village is home to the Knut Hamsun videregående skole (upper secondary school), a museum, and cafe. Show Oppeidon the map
MyklebustadMyklebustad is a village in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the southern bank of the Sjona fjord, just west of Mæla and Utskarpen. Sjona Church is located in the western part of Myklebustad, serving the western part of Rana municipality. The district surrounding the inner part of the Sjona fjord originally belonged to the municipality of Nesna. On 1 January 1964 this district (population: 543) was merged with the town of Mo i Rana, the municipality of Nord-Rana, and the northern part of Sør-Rana to create the new municipality of Rana. Show Myklebustadon the map
BodøBodø (pronounced [ˈbuːˈdøː] (13px listen) Lule Sami: Bådåddjo) is a town and a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Salten and it is the capital of Nordland county. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Bodø. Other villages in Bodø include Misvær, Skjerstad, Saltstraumen, Løding, Løpsmarka, Kjerringøy, Sørvær, and Fenes. Bodø, located just north of the Arctic Circle, is the largest urban area and city in Nordland county, and the second-largest in North Norway. Show Bodøon the map
NygårdsjøenNygårdsjøen is a village area in the municipality of Gildeskål in Nordland county, Norway. Nygårdsjøen is located in the northern part of the municipality, close to the border with Bodø. The village lies along Norwegian County Road 17 on the east side of the Nordfjorden, just north of the entrance to the Beiarfjorden. Saura Church is located along the fjord on the west side of the village. The village area of Nygårdsjøen includes several farm areas: Innervik, Skålsvik, Røsnes, Saura, Nygård, and Ertenvåg. There are about 270 people that live in Nygårdsjøen. Show Nygårdsjøenon the map
HattfjelldalHattfjelldal (Southern Sami: Aarborte and Northern Sami: Árbordi) is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Hattfjelldal. Other villages include Grubben, Svenskvollen, and Varntresk. Hattfjelldal Airfield is located in the village of Hattfjelldal. Hattfjelldal is one of the last strongholds for the seriously endangered Southern Sami language. Hattfjelldal was one of the municipalities in Norway involved in the Terra Securities scandal. Show Hattfjelldalon the map
LødingLøding is a village in the municipality of Bodø in Nordland county, Norway. It is located about 17 kilometres (11 mi) east of the town of Bodø. The (310-acre) village has a population (2013) of 2,992. The population density is 2,394 inhabitants per square kilometre (6,200/sq mi). The village lies at the northern terminus of Norwegian County Road 17 and along the Nordlandsbanen railway line. The Tverlandet Church is located in Løding, and the local sports club is Tverlandet IL. The lake Vatnvatnet lies north of the village. Show Lødingon the map
RoklandRøkland is a village in the municipality of Saltdal in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located along the Saltdalselva river about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) south of the municipal centre of Rognan. The European route E06 and the Nordlandsbanen railway line both pass through the village. Røkland Station is a train station along Nordlandsbanen. The (260-acre) village has a population (2011) of 451. The population density is 434 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,120/sq mi). Øvre Saltdal Church is located in Røkland. Show Roklandon the map
BrønnøysundBrønnøysund (Norwegian: (13px listen)) is a town and the administrative centre of the municipality of Brønnøy, Norway. It is also a former municipality in Nordland county. The village of Brønnøysund received town status in 2000. The city lies along the coast and is often called \"the coastal town in the middle of Norway.\" Brønnøysund is also the regional center of Southern Helgeland. The (800-acre) town has a population (2013) of 4,924; giving the town a population density of 1,515 inhabitants per square kilometre (3,920/sq mi). Show Brønnøysundon the map
DigermulenDigermulen is a village in the municipality of Vågan in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the southwestern tip of the large island of Hinnøya. It is the main village of eastern Vågan since that part of the municipality is not directly connected to the rest of the municipality (most of Vågan is on Austvågøya island). There is a long roundabout road connection through neighboring Hadsel to get to the rest of Vågan, and there is a ferry connection to the nearby island of Stormolla. Digermulen Church is located in this village. Show Digermulenon the map
SømnaSømna is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative center of Sømna is the village of Vik i Helgeland. Other villages in the municipality include Dalbotn, Sund, Vennesund, and Berg. The oldest boat remains ever found in Norway (Haugvikbåten - 2,500 years old) was discovered in a bog in Sømna. Sømna has some of the best agriculture in the region. Dairy and beef cows as well as grains are produced in Sømna. There is also a dairy in Berg that produces milk and cheese. Show Sømnaon the map
HommelstøHommelstø is a village in the municipality of Brønnøy in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located on the shore of an arm of the Velfjorden about 30 kilometres (19 mi) southeast of the town of Brønnøysund and about 30 kilometres (19 mi) north of the village of Lande. The (130-acre) village has a population (2013) of 289. The population density is 688 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,780/sq mi). Nøstvik Church is located about 1.5 kilometres (0.93 mi) west of the center of Hommelstø in Velfjord. Show Hommelstøon the map
BolgaBolga is a populated island, just off of the Helgeland coast, in the municipality of Meløy in Nordland county, Norway. The (0.93 sq mi) island has a population (2005) of 141. It is located west of the islands of Meløya and Åmnøya. The highest point on the island is the 339-metre (1,112 ft) tall Bolgtinden. Most of the population of the island lives along the eastern shore. There are regular ferry connections from Bolga to the islands of Meløya to the east and to Vassdalsvik and Ørnes on the mainland. Show Bolgaon the map
SilvalenSilvalen (or Herøyholmen) is a village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Herøy in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located on 2 different islands with the Herøysundet strait running between them. The Herøysundet Bridge crosses the strait, connecting both sides of the village. Herøy Church is located in the southern part of the village. The (230-acre) village has a population (2013) of 787. The population density is 855 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,210/sq mi). Show Silvalenon the map
ÅseÅse is a village in Andøy municipality, Nordland county, Norway. It is located along the Norwegian County Road 82 on the southeastern coast of the island of Andøya, along the Andfjorden. The village of Å lies about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) to the north, and the villages of Bjørnskinn and Risøyhamn lie about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) to the southwest. The (100-acre) village has a population (2013) of 279, giving the village a population density of 680 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,800/sq mi). Show Åseon the map
ReineReine is a fishing village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Moskenes in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the island of Moskenesøya in the Lofoten archipelago, above the Arctic Circle, about 300 kilometres (190 mi) southwest of the town of Tromsø. The (72-acre) village has a population (2013) of 307. The population density is 1,059 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,740/sq mi). Reine Church is located here and it serves the northern part of the municipality. Show Reineon the map
Fauskeis a town and municipality located in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Salten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Fauske with approximately 6,000 inhabitants. Other villages include Nystad, Straumsnes, and Sulitjelma. The municipality borders Sweden in the east and the municipalities of Sørfold to the north, Bodø to the west, and Saltdal to the southeast. The town is located on the northern shore of the Skjerstadfjorden. Show Fauskeon the map
StorforsheiStorforshei is a village in the Dunderlandsdal valley in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located about 25 kilometres (16 mi) northeast of the town of Mo i Rana. The (150-acre) village has a population (2013) of 615. The population density is 992 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,570/sq mi). The village is located along the river Ranelva. The European route E06 highway and the Nordlandsbanen railway line both pass through the village. Show Storforsheion the map
ElvegardElvegårdsmoen is a military training camp site in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the inner end of Herjangsfjorden, on the southeast side of the village of Bjerkvik. The site was of some importance during the German invasion of Norway in April 1940 and the subsequent Norwegian Campaign. The camp was occupied by German forces on 9 April 1940, and it was recaptured by soldiers from the French Foreign Legion during the Battles of Narvik on 13 May 1940. Show Elvegardon the map
StraumeStraume is the administrative centre of the municipality of Bø in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the island of Langøya in the Vesterålen archipelago. The village is located about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) from the villages of Bø (to the south) and Eide (to the north), in the west central part of the municipality. The (110-acre) village has a population (2013) of 309. The population density of the village is 719 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,860/sq mi). Show Straumeon the map
BardalBardalssjøen or Bardal is a village in the municipality of Leirfjord in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located along the south coast of the Ranfjorden, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) west of Hemnesberget. The village surrounds the Bardalselva river which flows into the fjord. The Bardal Church was built in 1887 on a hill near the mouth of the river. The Bardal area has historically been part of both Nesna (to the north) and Hemnes (to the east), but it has been part of Leirfjord since 1964. Show Bardalon the map
StrandStrand is a village in the municipality of Sortland in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the island of Hinnøya at the eastern end of the Sortland Bridge which crosses the Sortlandsundet strait and connects to the town of Sortland on Langøya island. It is located about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) north of the village of Sigerfjord. The (100-acre) village has a population (2013) of 629. The population density is 1,498 inhabitants per square kilometre (3,880/sq mi). Show Strandon the map
MisværMisvær is a village in the municipality of Bodø in Nordland county, Norway. It is located at the end of the Misværfjorden, about 40 kilometres (25 mi) southeast of the town of Bodø in the Skjerstad district of Bodø. The (120-acre) village has a population (2011) of 245. The population density is 510 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,300/sq mi). Misvær was the administrative centre of the former municipality of Skjerstad. Misvær Church is located in the village. Show Misværon the map
MørsvikMørsvikbotn (sami: Murgosvuodna) is a small village located in the north part of the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. The village sits at the end of the Mørsvikfjorden arm of the Nordfolda fjord. The European route E06 highway passes through the village. The lakes Mørsvikvatnet and Sildhopvatnet are located northeast of the village. Mørsvikbotn has a school, a grocery shop, Mørsvikbotn Chapel, an aquaculture co-op, and a few camping sites.Website: www.fjordinord.no Show Mørsvikon the map
GinnasluoktaHåkvik (Northern Sami: Ginnasluokta) is a village in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county, Norway. It is located along the southern shore of the Ofotfjorden, southwest of the city of Narvik and the village of Ankenesstranda. The (160-acre) village has a population (2013) of 713 and the population density is 1,114 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,890/sq mi). Håkvik Chapel was built here in 1980. The European route E06 highway runs through the village. Show Ginnasluoktaon the map
RisøyhamnRisøyhamn is a village on the southern part of the island of Andøya in the municipality of Andøy in Nordland county, Norway. The island of Andøya is connected to the island of Hinnøya by the Andøy Bridge in Risøyhamn. The Hurtigruten coastal express boat has service to and from Risøyhamn twice a day. The (64-acre) village of Risøyhamn has a population (2013) of 211. The population density of the village is 812 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,100/sq mi). Show Risøyhamnon the map
StraumenStraumen is a village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. It is located at the end of the Sørfolda fjord, along the European route E06 highway. The lake Straumvatnet lies on the southeastern side of the village. The (180-acre) village has a population (2013) of 797, making it the largest settlement in Sørfold. The population density for the village is 1,092 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,830/sq mi). Show Straumenon the map
BjørnskinnBjørnskinn is a former municipality in the municipality of Andøy in Nordland county, Norway. The municipality encompassed the southern part of the present-day municipality of Andøy. It centered on the Risøysundet strait and the main villages were Bjørnskinn and Risøyhamn. The main church for the municipality was Bjørnskinn Church. The village of Bjørnskinn lies along the southern part of the island of Andøya, about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) northwest of the village of Risøyhamn. Show Bjørnskinnon the map
KjerringøyKjerringøy is a village and former municipality in Nordland county, Norway. The administrative centre was the village Kjerringøy. The municipality encompassed the area north of the Mistfjorden mostly in the present-day municipality of Bodø. The village of Kjerringøy is located about 30 kilometres (19 mi) north of the town of Bodø, along the Karlsøyfjorden. The Kjerringøy Church is located in the village. The Kjerringøy trading post is today a part of the Nordlands Museum . Show Kjerringøyon the map
SigerfjordSigerfjord is a village in the municipality of Sortland in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the island of Hinnøya by the entrance to the Sigerfjorden. The village of Strand and the Sortland Bridge are located about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) to the north. Sigerfjord Church is located in this village. The (180-acre) village has a population (2013) of 775. The population density of Sigerfjord is 1,047 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,710/sq mi). Show Sigerfjordon the map
HauknesHauknes is a village in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. It is a suburb of the town of Mo i Rana, which is located just a few kilometers to the northeast. The village is located on the south side of the Ranfjorden. The lake Andfiskvatnet lies about 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) southeast of the village. The (280-acre) village has a population (2013) of 2,087. The population density is 1,831 inhabitants per square kilometre (4,740/sq mi). Show Haukneson the map
FinnøyaFinnøya is an island in the municipality of Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. The island is situated northwest of the village of Innhavet with which it is connected by bridge. The mountainous island has an area of 68 square kilometres (26 sq mi) and the highest point is the 436-metre (1,430 ft) tall mountain Straumfjellet. In 2001, the island of Finnøya had a population of 52. Sagfjord Church is located on the south side of the island in the village of Karlsøy. Show Finnøyaon the map
RøssvollRøssvoll is a village in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) north-east of the town of Mo i Rana. The village is located along the north side of the river Ranelva (the village of Skonseng lies on the south side of the river). The European route E06 highway passes through the village, passing right by Røssvoll Church in the centre of the village. Mo i Rana Airport, Røssvoll is also located here. Show Røssvollon the map
DunderlandDunderland is a village in the Dunderlandsdal valley in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located along the Ranelva river, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) northeast of the village of Eiteråga and about 40 kilometres (25 mi) from the town of Mo i Rana. The village has a train station, Dunderland Station, on the Nordlandsbanen railway line, between Skonseng and Lønsdal. The station is situated at 127 metres (417 ft) above sea level. Show Dunderlandon the map
MyreMyre is the administrative centre of the municipality of Øksnes in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the northwestern part of the island of Langøya in the Vesterålen archipelago. Myre is one of the largest fishing villages in all of Norway. Myre Church is located in this village. The (400-acre) village has a population (2013) of 2,054. The population density of the village is 1,276 inhabitants per square kilometre (3,300/sq mi). Show Myreon the map
NordfoldNordfold is a village and former municipality in Nordland county, Norway. The administrative centre was the village Nordfold. The municipality encompassed the southern part of the present-day municipality of Steigen and the northern part of the present-day municipality of Sørfold. The village of Nordfold lies along the Nordfolda fjord, about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) east of the municipal centre of Leinesfjorden. It is the location of the Nordfold Church. Show Nordfoldon the map
LødingenLødingen (Northern Sami: Lodegat) is a village and municipality in Nordland county in Norway. Lødingen is located on the southeastern corner of the island of Hinnøya, and is part of the traditional district of Ofoten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Lødingen. The other main village is Vestbygda. Lødingen has the nickname \"Biketown\" because it hosts several annual bicycle races like Lofoten Insomnia and Vestbygd-rittet. Show Lødingenon the map
StamsundStamsund is a fishing village in the municipality of Vestvågøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the southern side of the island of Vestvågøy in the Lofoten archipelago, along the Vestfjorden. The village is located about 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) east of the town of Leknes. The (240-acre) village has a population (2013) of 1,023. The population density of Stamsund is 1,033 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,680/sq mi). Show Stamsundon the map
JågåsijddaStorå (Lule Sami: Jågåsijdda) is a village in the municipality of Tysfjord in Nordland county, Norway. It is located about 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) south of the village of Kjøpsvik, on the opposite side of the Tysfjorden. The village population has decreased significantly in the last 20 years, so now there are only a few residents living in Storå. The local economy consists of agriculture and fishing. There are ferry connections to Kjøpsvik and Drag. Show Jågåsijddaon the map
ReipåReipå is a village in the municipality of Meløy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located along Norwegian County Road 17 about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) north of Ørnes. The (100-acre) village has a population (2012) of 717. The population density is 688 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,780/sq mi). The lakes Lysvatnet and Markavatnet both lie to the east of the village. Fore Church is located in Reipå, serving northern Meløy. Show Reipåon the map
AlsvågAlsvåg is a village in the municipality of Øksnes in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the western bank of the Gavlefjorden on the island of Langøya. It is about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) east of the municipal centre of Myre. Alsvåg Church is located in this village. The (82-acre) village has a population (2013) of 331. The population density of the village is 1,003 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,600/sq mi). Show Alsvågon the map
BjerkaBjerka is a village in the municipality of Hemnes in Nordland county, Norway. Show Bjerkaon the map
SandåkerSandåker is a village in the municipality of Dønna in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the south-central part of the island of Løkta. It has the postal code 8813 Kopardal, named after the neighboring village of Kopardal, where the local ferry port is located. Historically, the Sandåker area previously belonged to the municipality of Nesna, but since 1 January 1962 it has belonged to Dønna. Løkta Church is located in Sandåker. Show Sandåkeron the map
FlostrandFlostrand is a village in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the northern bank of the Sjona fjord. The district surrounding the inner part of the Sjona fjord originally belonged to the municipality of Nesna. On 1 January 1964 this district (population: 543) was merged with the town of Mo i Rana, the municipality of Nord-Rana, and the northern part of Sør-Rana to create the new municipality of Rana. Show Flostrandon the map
HusbyHusby is a village on the island of Tomma in the municipality of Nesna in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the southwestern part of the island, along the Stilfjorden. It is the location of the Husby Estate and the Husby Chapel. Husby (and the island of Tomma) historically has been a part of Nesna, but it (temporarily) belonged to the municipality Dønnes from 1 July 1888 until 1 January 1962 when it was reunited with Nesna. Show Husbyon the map
SolfjellsjøenSolfjellsjøen or Solfjellsjyen is a village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Dønna in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the west-central part of the island of Dønna. Nordvik Church is located about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) north of the village. Solfjellsjøen is also the home of the politician Odd-Harald Vistnes Forsland. There is a ferry connection from Solfjellsjøen to the island of Vandve to the west. Show Solfjellsjøenon the map
DverbergDverberg is a small village and a former municipality in Nordland county, Norway. The former municipality was located on the island of Andøya in the present-day municipality of Andøy. The village of Dverberg is located on the east coast of the island of Andøya, along the Andfjorden. The village of Dverberg is also called Myre. Dverberg Church is a wooden, octagonal church built in 1843, located on the north end of the village. Show Dverbergon the map
TranøyaTranøy or Tranøya is a village and ancient trade centre in the municipality of Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the end of a peninsula about 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) north of the municipal centre, Oppeid. The Tranøy Lighthouse is located west of the village on a small islet connected to the mainland by a pedestrian bridge. The novelist Knut Hamsun worked as a shop assistant at Tranøy in his younger days. Show Tranøyaon the map
NyksundNyksund is a coastal fishing village on the northern part of the island of Langøya in the Vesterålen archipelago. It is part of the municipality of Øksnes in Nordland county, Norway. It is located about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) southeast of Stø, although there is no direct road connection. The only road connection to the isolated village is from the south, coming from the village of Myre, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) away. Show Nyksundon the map
LidaláddiLiland is a village in the municipality of Evenes in Nordland county, Norway. It is located along the shore of the Ofotfjorden, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) southwest of the village of Bogen. The European route E10 highway passes just north of the village. The (74-acre) village has a population (2013) of 326. The population density is 1,087 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,820/sq mi). Show Lidaláddion the map
GladstadGladstad is the administrative centre of the municipality of Vega in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the central part of the island of Vega, about 3.5 kilometres (2.2 mi) southeast of the village of Holand. The (120-acre) village has a population (2013) of 292. The population density is 596 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,540/sq mi). Vega Church is located in Gladstad. Show Gladstadon the map
BeisfjordBeisfjord is a village in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county, Norway. It is located about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) southeast of the city of Narvik, along the Beisfjorden (an arm of Ofotfjorden) and is served by Beisfjord Bridge. The (160-acre) village of Beisfjord has a population (2013) of 630. The population density is 955 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,470/sq mi). Show Beisfjordon the map
LeirenLeiren or Leira is a village in the municipality of Grane in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located at the northern end of the lake Nedre Fiplingvatnet. The municipal center of Trofors lies about 25 kilometres (16 mi) to the northwest and the village of Majavatn lies about 30 kilometres (19 mi) to the south. The local Fiplingdal Church is located in Leiren, serving the eastern part of Grane. Show Leirenon the map
VikVik (also Vik i Helgeland) is a village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Sømna in Nordland county, Norway. It lies about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) south of the village of Berg. The local church, Sømna Church, was built here in 1876. The (100-acre) village has a population (2013) of 291. The population density is 693 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,790/sq mi). Show Vikon the map
FinneidfjordFinneidfjord is a small village in the municipality of Hemnes, Norway. It is located on a small isthmus, about halfway between Hemnesberget and Bjerka. The European route E06 highway and the Nordlandsbanen railway line pass through the village. The (160-acre) village has a population (2011) of 392. The population density is 594 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,540/sq mi). Show Finneidfjordon the map
VestbygdaVestbygda or Vågehamn is small village area in the municipality of Lødingen in Nordland county, Norway. It's located on the southern shore of the island of Hinnøya along the inner part of the Vestfjorden. It is about 50 kilometres (31 mi) by car southwest of the main village of Lødingen. The central village area of Vestbygda is called Vågehamn, and that is where Vestbygd Church is located. Show Vestbygdaon the map
MørkvedMørkved is a neighborhood of Bodø, Norway, about 10 kilometers (6.2 mi) east of the town center. It is largely a residential area, but also is the site of Bodin Upper Secondary School, a campus of the Norwegian Police University College and Bodø University College. The neighborhood lays along National Road 80. Mørkved Station on the Nordland Line opened in 1987 and was renovated in 2010. Show Mørkvedon the map
BogenLeirvikbogen (or simply Bogen) is a village in the municipality of Steigen in Nordland county, Norway. It is located about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) northeast of the municipal centre of Leinesfjorden. The Engeløy Bridges connect Bogen to the island of Engeløya to the north. Bogen and its surrounding villages have a total of about 214 residents (2001). Bogen Chapel is located in the village. Show Bogenon the map
VassåsVassås is a small village in the municipality of Bindal in Nordland county, Norway. It is located along the Tosen arm of the Bindalsfjorden, just north of the Vassås Bridge which connects the village to the larger village of Terråk. The village of Åbygda lies about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) to the southeast. This is also the site of Vassås Church, the parish church for this part of Bindal. Show Vassåson the map
RørstadRørstad is a village in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located along the Sørfolda fjord. There are no road connections to Rørstad, but there are ferry connections from Røsvika in the summer. Most of the residents are only summer residents. The historic Rørstad Church is located in the village, and worship services are held there twice each summer. Show Rørstadon the map
NykvågNykvåg is a fishing village in the municipality of Bø in Nordland county, Norway. It is one of the largest fishing villages on the west coast of the large island of Langøya in the Vesterålen archipelago. The village of Hovden is located about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) northeast of the village. Nykvåg is also known for its rich bird life in the nature reserve adjacent to the village. Show Nykvågon the map
SkjerstadSkjerstad (şjæŗ`şţa) is a village and a former municipality in Nordland county, Norway. The municipality originally encompassed area on the northern and southern shores in the central part of the large Skjerstadfjorden. The small village of Skjerstad sits at the mouth of the Misværfjorden, where it joins the Skjerstadfjorden. The village is also the location of Skjerstad Church. Show Skjerstadon the map
TosbotnTosbotn or Tosbotnet is a village in the municipality of Brønnøy in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located at the end of the Tosenfjord arm of the Bindalsfjorden. The village is mostly a tourist center. It is located along Norwegian County Road 76, just east of the 6-kilometre (3.7 mi) long Tosentunnelen which connects Brønnøy to the European route E6 highway in Grane. Show Tosbotnon the map
HamnøyaHamnøy is a small fishing village in the municipality of Moskenes in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the eastern side of Moskenesøya, about 1.5 kilometres (0.93 mi) northeast of Reine, along the Vestfjorden. Hamnøy was previously connected to Reine by ferry, but this was replaced by bridges on the European route E10 highway as part of the Lofoten Mainland Connection. Show Hamnøyaon the map
TømmernesetTømmerneset is a village in the municipality of Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. It's located on the eastern shore of the lake Rotvatnet, about 50 kilometres (31 mi) south of the municipal centre, Oppeid. Tømmerneset is the site of Tømmernes Church. The village area is located where County Road 835 (and the Steigen Tunnel) branches off from the European Road E6 highway. Show Tømmerneseton the map
LangenesLangenes is a former municipality in Nordland county, Norway. The municipality encompassed the western shore of the Gavlfjorden in the present-day municipality of Øksnes. It is located on the large island of Langøya in the Vesterålen archipelago. The administrative centre was in the village of Stø, just east of the Langenes Church in the northern part of the municipality. Show Langeneson the map
SandnesSandnes is a village in the municipality of Hadsel in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the island of Langøya on the northern shore of the Langøysundet strait, across from the town of Stokmarknes. The (110-acre) village has a population (2011) of 350. The population density of the village is 761 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,970/sq mi). Show Sandneson the map
RøsvikRøsvik or Røsvika is a village in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. It is located along the southern shore of the Sørfolda fjord, about 20 kilometres (12 mi) north of the municipal centre of Straumen. Røsvik had 209 residents in 2007, but it has since fallen below 200. The village is home to a nursing home, a psychiatric hospital, and Røsvik Church. Show Røsvikon the map
StraumsnesStraumsnes is a village in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county, Norway. It is located along the Rombaken fjord between the city of Narvik and the village of Hergot. The village has a train station on the Ofotbanen railway line, between Narvik Station and Rombak Station. The village sits along the European route E06 highway, just southeast of the Rombak Bridge. Show Straumsneson the map
GlomfjordGlomfjord is a village in the municipality of Meløy in Nordland county, Norway. The industrial community is located along Norwegian County Road 17 at the head of the Glomfjorden, just north of the Arctic Circle. The (280-acre) village has a population (2013) of 1,120. The population density is 991 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,570/sq mi). Show Glomfjordon the map
AaÅ is a village in the municipality of Andøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the east coast of the island of Andøya along the Andfjorden. The village of Dverberg lies about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) to the north and the village of Åse lies about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) to the south. Its sign is often replaced due to people stealing it for novelty purposes. Show Aaon the map
VærøyVærøy is an island and municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Lofoten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Sørland. The other village in Værøy is Nordland. Most of the residents live in the Sørland area surrounding the main harbor. The old Værøy Lighthouse sits at the end of that harbor. Show Værøyon the map
LeirfjordLeirfjord is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Leland. Other villages in Leirfjord include Bardalssjøen and Sundøy. The large Helgeland Bridge is partly located in the municipality, connecting it to Alstahaug and the town of Sandnessjøen. Show Leirfjordon the map
StokkvågenStokkvågen is a village and port on the mainland part of the municipality of Lurøy in Nordland county, Norway. The port has ferries that connect to the islands of Onøya, Lovund, Sleneset/Moflag, and Træna to the west and to the town of Sandnessjøen to the south. The village of Stokkvågen is located along Norwegian County Road 17, along the Sjona fjord. Show Stokkvågenon the map
SydalenSydalen is a village in the municipality of Vågan in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the west coast of the island of Austvågøya, about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) north of the Gimsøystraumen Bridge on the European route E10 highway. The village of Gravermarka lies about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) north of Sydalen. Strauman Church is located in Sydalen. Show Sydalenon the map
LeinesLeines is a small village in the municipality of Steigen in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the southern shore of the mouth of the Leinesfjorden, about 20 kilometres (12 mi) west of Nordfold. The villages of Leinesfjord and Sørskot are located a few kilometres across the fjord on the opposite shore. Leiranger Church is located in Leines. Show Leineson the map
VidrekVidrek is a small village in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county, Norway. It is located along the Ofotfjorden, just east of the Skjomen fjord. The population of the village is about 70. On 10 April 1940, in the First Naval Battle of Narvik, the British flagship HMS Hardy was beached in flames on Vidrek, and about 30 seamen were killed. Show Vidrekon the map
SvolværSvolvær (Norwegian pronunciation: [svɔːlvæːr] (13px listen)) is the administrative centre of Vågan Municipality (9,200 inhabitants) in Nordland County, Norway. It is located on the island of Austvågøya in the Lofoten archipelago. The (580-acre) town has a population (2013) of 4,487. The population density is 1,926 inhabitants per square kilometre (4,990/sq mi). Show Svolværon the map
SkarsteinSkarstein is a village in the municipality of Andøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located along Norwegian County Road 82 on the northeastern part of the island of Andøya, along the Andfjorden. The town of Andenes lies about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) to the north, and the village of Fiskenes lies about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) to the northeast. Show Skarsteinon the map
MevikMevik is a village in the municipality of Gildeskål in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the southwestern part of the municipality, about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) west of Storvika and about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) northeast of Reipå in Meløy. The village is located along Norwegian County Road 17. Mevik Chapel is located in the village. Show Mevikon the map
HemnesbergetHemnesberget is a village in the municipality of Hemnes in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the Hemnes peninsula in the Ranfjorden. The (270-acre) village has a population (2013) of 1,300. The population density is 1,193 inhabitants per square kilometre (3,090/sq mi). Hemnes Church is located in this village. Show Hemnesbergeton the map
BøstadBøstad is a village in the municipality of Vestvågøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located along the European route E10 highway just next to the hamlet of Borg (and the Lofotr museum) in the central part of the island of Vestvågøya in the Lofoten archipelago. Borge Church is located in Borg, very close to the village of Bøstad. Show Bøstadon the map
NordlandNordland is a village in the municipality of Værøy in Nordland county, Norway. It's located on the northern coast of the island of Værøy, about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) north of the municipal center of Sørland. It is the location of the Old Værøy Church, and the site of the old Værøy Airport lies just to the west of the village. Show Nordlandon the map
BåsmoenBåsmoen is a small village located in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. It is located about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) northwest of the town Mo i Rana. Båsmoen has grown together with its neighboring village to the east, Ytteren. Both villages are sometimes considered a northern suburb of the town of Mo i Rana. Show Båsmoenon the map
StøStø is a fishing village located on the northern tip of the island of Langøya, along the Gavlfjorden in the Vesterålen archipelago. It is part of the municipality of Øksnes in Nordland county, Norway. In 2001, there were about 175 residents. This village was the administrative centre of the old municipality of Langenes. Show Støon the map
FenesFenes is a village in the municipality of Bodø in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the island of Landegode about 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) northwest of the town of Bodø. The village is located on the south side of the island, where the majority of the island residents live. It is the location of Landegode Church. Show Feneson the map
BeiarnBeiarn is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Salten. Beiarn is also a part of the Bodø Region, a statistical metropolitan region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Moldjord. Other villages in Beiarn are Høyforsmoen, Trones, and Tverrvika. Show Beiarnon the map
HolHol is the administrative centre of the municipality of Tjeldsund in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located along the Tjeldsundet strait on the northeastern shore of the island of Tjeldøya. The village lies about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) north of the Ramsund Bridge. Tjeldsund Church is located in this village. Show Holon the map
KobbvikaKobbvika is a village in the municipality of Ballangen in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located near the mouth of the Efjorden, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) northwest of the Efjord Bridges. The island of Barøya lies about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) west of the village. Efjord Chapel is located in this village. Show Kobbvikaon the map
KarlsøyKarlsøy is a village in the municipality of Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the southern coast of the island of Finnøya, along the Sagfjorden, about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) northwest of the village of Innhavet. Sagfjord Church is located in Karlsøy, serving the residents of this part of Hamarøy. Show Karlsøyon the map
MoldjordMoldjord is a village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Beiarn in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located along the river Beiarelva, about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) south of the river's mouth at the Beiarfjorden. The village is home to the Beiarn Church, the main church for the municipality. Show Moldjordon the map
FiskenesFiskenes is a village in the municipality of Andøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the northeastern part of the island of Andøya, along the Andfjorden. The town of Andenes lies about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) to the north, and the village of Skarstein lies about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) to the south. Population of approximately 50 people. Show Fiskeneson the map
LøpsmarkaLøpsmarka is a village in the municipality of Bodø in Nordland county, Norway. It is located about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) north of the town of Bodø. The (160-acre) village has a population (2013) of 2,223. The population density is 3,420 inhabitants per square kilometre (8,900/sq mi). Show Løpsmarkaon the map
GrønningGrønning is a small village in the municipality of Hadsel in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located along the Eidsfjorden on the island of Langøya, about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) north of Sandnes. The tiny village area is home to Grønning Church, which serves the northern part of the municipality. Show Grønningon the map
EidetEidet or Eide is a village in the municipality of Bø in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the large island of Langøya in the Vesterålen archipelago. The village is located about 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) northeast of the municipal centre of Straume. Malnes Church was moved here from Hovden in 1829. Show Eideton the map
LilandLiland is a village in the municipality of Vågan in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the island of Austvågøya, about 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) south of the village of Laupstad on the eastern bank of the Austnesfjorden. The mountain Higravtindan lies about 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) northeast of Liland. Show Lilandon the map
RáluoktaRørvika (Lule Sami: Ráluokta) is a village in the municipality of Tysfjord in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located on the western side of the Tysfjorden, about 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) south of Bognes. The lake Kilvatnet lies about 2.5 kilometres (1.6 mi) to the west of the village. Show Ráluoktaon the map
TonnesTonnes is a village in the northern part of the municipality of Lurøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the mainland coast, about 100 kilometres (62 mi) northwest of the town of Mo i Rana. It is north of the islands of Aldra and Lurøya, east of Hestmona, and south of Rangsundøya. Show Tonneson the map
HolandHoland is a village in the municipality of Sortland in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located on the island of Langøya along the Sortlandssundet strait, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) southwest of the town of Sortland and about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) southwest of the village of Bø. Show Holandon the map
MoskenesMoskenes is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. The municipality comprises the southern part of the island of Moskenesøya in the traditional district of Lofoten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Reine. Other villages include Sørvågen, Hamnøy, and Å. Show Moskeneson the map
GálldoKjeldebotn (Northern Sami: Gálldo) is a village in the municipality of Ballangen in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located on the southern shore of the Ofotfjorden, about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) northwest of the village of Ballangen. Kjeldebotn Church is located in the village. Show Gálldoon the map
StraumnesStraumnes is a village in the municipality of Vågan in Nordland county, Norway. It is located just east of the village of Laukvika along the Vesterålsfjorden on the northwestern side of the island of Austvågøya in the Lofoten archipelago. Strandlandet Church is located in this village. Show Straumneson the map
KjulKJUL (104.7 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an Adult Standards/MOR format. Licensed to Moapa Valley, Nevada, USA, the station serves most of the Las Vegas area though its transmitter is over 50 miles Northeast of Las Vegas. The station is currently owned by Summit American, Inc. Show Kjulon the map
FiskebølFiskebøl is a village in the municipality of Hadsel in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the island of Austvågøya on the southern shore of the Hadselfjorden. It has a ferry quay for the Melbu–Fiskebøl Ferry. The village is located just west of the European route E10 highway. Show Fiskebølon the map
Bø is a village in the municipality of Sortland in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located on the island of Langøya along the Sortlandssundet strait, about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) southwest of the town of Sortland and about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) northeast of Holand. Show Bøon the map
BleikvassliaBleikvasslia is a village in the municipality of Hemnes in Nordland county, Norway. It is a former mining community. It lies about 20 kilometres (12 mi) south of the village of Korgen, just southwest of the lake Bleikvatnet. Bleikvassli Church is located in this village. Show Bleikvassliaon the map
LandeLande is a village in the municipality of Brønnøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the Tosen fjord, an arm of the Bindalsfjorden, about 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) southwest of Tosbotn. The village is an old church site, and currently the location of Tosen Chapel. Show Landeon the map
TrælnesTrælnes is a village in the municipality of Brønnøy in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located along the Torgfjorden, just north of the village of Berg (in neighboring Sømna) and east of the mountain Torghatten. The Trælnes Chapel is located in this village. Show Trælneson the map
TangstadTangstad is a village in the municipality of Vestvågøy in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located on the northwestern side of the island of Vestvågøya, about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) west of Bøstad and about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) north of the town of Leknes. Show Tangstadon the map
HolmstadHolmstad is a village in the municipality of Sortland in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located along the Eidsfjorden on the island of Langøya, about 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) west of the town of Sortland. Indre Eidsfjord Church is located in this village. Show Holmstadon the map
FornesFornes is a village in the municipality of Andøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the northeastern part of the large island of Hinnøya, at the confluence of the Risøysundet, Sortlandssundet, and Gavlfjorden. The village is the home of Fornes Chapel. Show Forneson the map
ElvegårdElvegård is a village in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county, Norway. It is located along the Skjomen fjord. Skjomen Church is located in the village on the shore of the fjord. There is a golf course in Elvegård, located along the river Elvegårdselva. Show Elvegårdon the map
HolHol is a former municipality on the island of Vestvågøya in Nordland county, Norway. Hol comprised the southeastern part of the present-day municipality of Vestvågøy. The main church for the 67-square-kilometre (26 sq mi) municipality was Hol Church in Leknes. Show Holon the map
HierenjárggaKorsnes (Lule Sami: Hierenjárgga) is a village in the municipality of Tysfjord in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) north of Bognes, along the western shore of the Tysfjorden. Korsnes Church is located in the village. Show Hierenjárggaon the map
TjongTjong or Tjongsfjord is a village in the municipality of Rødøy in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located along the Tjongsfjorden, east of the municipal center of Vågaholmen. The local church, Tjongsfjorden Church, serves all of northeastern Rødøy. Show Tjongon the map
HergottaHergot is a village in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county, Norway. It is located along the Rombaken fjord, just north of the Rombak Bridge. Hergot Chapel is located on the south side of the village, along the European route E06 highway. Show Hergottaon the map
Øvre ValbergValberg (formerly Valdberg) is a former municipality on the island of Vestvågøya in Nordland County, Norway. It consisted of the eastern part of the present-day municipality of Vestvågøy. The main church for the municipality was Valberg Church. Show Øvre Valbergon the map
LekangerLekanger is a village in the municipality of Gildeskål in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located on the western side of the island of Sandhornøya, south of the villages of Mårnes and Våg. Nordstranda Chapel is located in the village. Show Lekangeron the map
HalsaHalsa is a village in the municipality of Meløy in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located along Norwegian County Road 17, across the fjord from Ågskardet. Halsa Church is located in this village, serving the southern part of Meløy. Show Halsaon the map
DrevjaDrevja is a former municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the Drevja valley, north of the Vefsnfjorden in the northern part of the present-day municipality of Vefsn. Drevja Church was the main church for the municipality. Show Drevjaon the map
FredvangFredvang is a village on the island of Moskenesøya in the municipality of Flakstad in Nordland county, Norway. The village is fairly isolated with the Fredvang Bridges being the only road connection to the village from the rest of Norway. Show Fredvangon the map
SkarbergetSkarberget is a ferry port in the municipality of Tysfjord in Nordland, Norway. It is located at the eastern side of Tysfjorden. Ferries operate from Skarberget across Tysfjorden to Bognes as part of the European route E06 highway. Show Skarbergeton the map
HolandHoland is a village in the municipality of Vega in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the north end of the island about 3.5 kilometres (2.2 mi) north of the village of Gladstad. Show Holandon the map
SørvågenSørvågen is a fishing village on the island of Moskenesøya in the Lofoten archipelago. It is located in the municipality of Moskenes in Nordland county, Norway. Show Sørvågenon the map
SundSund is a village in the municipality of Hemnes in Nordland county, Norway. It is located just south of the village of Hemnesberget. Show Sundon the map
GravGrav is a district in the municipality of Bærum, Norway. Mainly a residential area, the population (2007) is 4,463. Show Gravon the map
LaukvikaLaukvik is a village in Aust-Agder, Norway. It is run by president Shannon Talbot and Vice President Amy Essex. Show Laukvikaon the map
ÅlstadÅlstad is a village in Steigen, Nordland, Norway. Show Ålstadon the map
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States, regions, administrative units in Nordland
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BallangenBallangen (Northern Sami: Bálák) is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Ofoten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Ballangen. Other villages include Bjørkåsen, Kjeldebotn, Kobbvika, and Skarstad.Show on map
Nordland FylkeNordland (Norwegian pronunciation: [²nuːrlɑn] (13px listen); Northern Sami: Nordlándda) is a county in Norway in the Northern Norway region, bordering Troms in the north, Nord-Trøndelag in the south, Norrbotten County in Sweden to the east, Västerbotten County to the southeast, and the Atlantic Ocean (Norwegian Sea) to the west. The county was formerly known as Nordlandene amt. The county administration is in Bodø. The remote Arctic island of Jan Mayen has been administered from Nordland since 1995.Show on map
HadselHadsel (Northern Sami: Válafierda) is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Vesterålen. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Stokmarknes. Other villages in Hadsel include Fiskebøl, Gjerstad, Grønning, Grytting, Hanøyvika, Hennes, Kaljord, Melbu, Sanden, and Sandnes. The municipality of Sortland lies to the north, Bø to the west, Vågan to the south, and Lødingen to the east.Show on map
RanaRana is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Mo i Rana, which houses the National Library of Norway. Other population centers in Rana include Alterneset, Båsmoen, Dunderland, Eiteråga, Flostrand, Hauknes, Mæla, Myklebustad, Nevernes, Røssvoll, Selfors, Skonseng, Storforshei, Utskarpen, and Ytteren. Rana was a part of the Terra Securities scandal in 2007 relating to some investments that were made by the municipality.Show on map
Sortlandis a town and municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Vesterålen. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Sortland. Other population centres in Sortland include Bø, Holand, Holmstad, Liland, Sigerfjord, and Strand. The Norwegian Coast Guard has its northern base in Sortland, called Kystvaktskvadron Nord.Show on map
Narvik(Norwegian) or Áhkanjárga (Northern Sami) is the third-largest town and municipality in Nordland county, Norway by population. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Narvik. Other villages in the municipality include Ankenesstranda, Beisfjord, Bjerkvik, Bjørnfjell, Elvegård, Skjomen, Håkvik, Hergot, Straumsnes, and Vidrek. The Elvegårdsmoen army camp is located near Bjerkvik.Show on map
NesnaNesna is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Nesna. Other villages in Nesna include Handnesneset, Husby, Saura, and Vikholmen. The municipality consists of the three islands Tomma, Hugla (known as \"Hugløy\" by its inhabitants), and Handnesøya, and one peninsula that bears the name of the municipality, Nesna. The old Husby Estate is headquartered in Husby on Tomma island.Show on map
TysfjordTysfjord (Norwegian) or Divtasvuodna (Lule Sami) is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Ofoten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Kjøpsvik. Other villages include Drag, Hundholmen, Korsnes, Musken, Rørvika, Skarberget, and Storå.Show on map
Bø is a village and municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Vesterålen region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Straume. Other villages in the municipality include Bø, Eidet, Hovden, Nykvåg, and Utskor. The Litløy Lighthouse is located on the tiny island of Litløya off the coast of Bø.Show on map
AlstahaugAlstahaug is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Sandnessjøen. Other villages in Alstahaug include Søvika and Tjøtta. The administrative centre of Alstahaug is the town Sandnessjøen which is situated on the island of Alsta. The characteristic Seven Sisters mountain range is found on the eastern part of the island. Local legend has made this chain of peaks into seven sisters, two adjacent peaks representing twin sisters.Show on map
BodøBodø Station (Norwegian: Bodø stasjon) is a railway station located in downtown Bodø in Nordland county, Norway. The station is the terminus of the Nordland Line that was completed in 1961. The station is served by day- and night trains to Trondheim and commuter trains to Rognan, operated by the Norwegian State Railways using Class 93 units.Show on map
TrænaTræna is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the island/village of Husøya. Other villages include Selvær and Sanna. Fishing is the economic mainstay of Træna. Connections to mainland Norway are by means of boat and ferry. Routes are provided to Sandnessjøen, Nesna and Stokkvågen. Each year Træna plays hosts a music festival called Traena Music Festival.Show on map
VestvågøyVestvågøy is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Lofoten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Leknes. Some of the villages in the municipality include Ballstad, Borg, Bøstad, Gravdal, Knutstad, Stamsund, Tangstad, and Valberg. With over 10,800 inhabitants, Vestvågøy is the most populous municipality in all of the Lofoten and Vesterålen regions in Nordland county.Show on map
HemnesHemnes is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Korgen. Other villages include Bjerka, Bleikvasslia, Hemnesberget, and Sund. The municipality sits south of the Ranfjorden and stretches south and east toward the border with Sweden. The Nordlandsbanen railway line and the European route E06 highway cross Hemnes on their way to the town of Mo i Rana about 20 kilometres (12 mi) to the northeast. The E6 highway enters Hemnes from the west through the Korgfjell Tunnel from Vefsn.Show on map
LurøyLurøy is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Lurøy, located on the island of Lurøya. Other villages include Aldra, Haugland, Konsvikosen, Lovund, Sleneset, Stokkvågen, and Tonnes. The municipality is located on the coast just south of the Arctic circle, on the western edge of the Saltfjellet mountain range. The Lurøygården (Lurøy Farm) on Lurøya is a renaissance garden with old plants, a pool, and a nearly 20-metre (66 ft) high Copper Beech.Show on map
HattfjelldalHattfjelldal (Southern Sami: Aarborte and Northern Sami: Árbordi) is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Hattfjelldal. Other villages include Grubben, Svenskvollen, and Varntresk. Hattfjelldal Airfield is located in the village of Hattfjelldal. Hattfjelldal is one of the last strongholds for the seriously endangered Southern Sami language. Hattfjelldal was one of the municipalities in Norway involved in the Terra Securities scandal.Show on map
SømnaSømna is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative center of Sømna is the village of Vik i Helgeland. Other villages in the municipality include Dalbotn, Sund, Vennesund, and Berg. The oldest boat remains ever found in Norway (Haugvikbåten - 2,500 years old) was discovered in a bog in Sømna. Sømna has some of the best agriculture in the region. Dairy and beef cows as well as grains are produced in Sømna. There is also a dairy in Berg that produces milk and cheese.Show on map
MeløyMeløy is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Salten traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Ørnes. Other villages include Eidbukta, Neverdal, Glomfjord, Halsa, Reipå, and Ågskardet. The municipality is situated just to the north of the Arctic Circle on Norway's west coast. It encompasses the island of Meløya and some 700 other islands of various sizes around the Meløyfjorden, Glomfjorden, and Holandsfjorden in the south, along with a stretch of mainland coast.Show on map
EvenesEvenes (Northern Sami: Evenášši) is a village and municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Ofoten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Bogen. Other villages in Evenes include Liland, Tårstad, and Dragvik. The village of Evenes is located along the northern shore of the Ofotfjorden, about 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) south of Harstad/Narvik Airport, Evenes and the European route E10 highway. The village is the location of the historic Evenes Church.Show on map
Fauskeis a town and municipality located in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Salten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Fauske with approximately 6,000 inhabitants. Other villages include Nystad, Straumsnes, and Sulitjelma. The municipality borders Sweden in the east and the municipalities of Sørfold to the north, Bodø to the west, and Saltdal to the southeast. The town is located on the northern shore of the Skjerstadfjorden.Show on map
BrønnøyBrønnøy is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland region. The administrative and commercial centre is the town of Brønnøysund. A secondary centre is the village of Hommelstø. Other villages include Tosbotn, Lande, Trælnes, and Indreskomo. The Brønnøysund Register Centre is an important employer in Brønnøy. Also, one of the largest limestone mines in Northern Europe is located in the municipality. Brønnøysund Airport, Brønnøy is located near the town of Brønnøysund.Show on map
VegaVega is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Gladstad. Other villages include Holand and Ylvingen. The municipality comprises about 6,500 islands in the Vega Archipelago. The main island of the municipality is also called Vega, and it is also the largest at 163 square kilometres (63 sq mi). Bremstein Lighthouse is located in the southwestern part of the municipality.Show on map
TjeldsundTjeldsund (Northern Sami: Dielddanuorri) is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Ofoten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Hol i Tjeldsund. Other important villages include Fjelldal, Myklebostad, and Ramsund. Norges Brannskole (Norway's education and training center for firemen) is situated in Fjelldal in the northeastern part of the municipality. is based south of Ramsund.Show on map
LødingenLødingen (Northern Sami: Lodegat) is a village and municipality in Nordland county in Norway. Lødingen is located on the southeastern corner of the island of Hinnøya, and is part of the traditional district of Ofoten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Lødingen. The other main village is Vestbygda. Lødingen has the nickname \"Biketown\" because it hosts several annual bicycle races like Lofoten Insomnia and Vestbygd-rittet.Show on map
FlakstadFlakstad is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Lofoten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Ramberg. Other villages include Fredvang and Vareid. The municipality is located in the Lofoten Islands and comprises the island of Flakstadøya and the northern part of the island of Moskenesøya. The European route E10 highway runs across the whole municipality.Show on map
SteigenSteigen is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Salten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Leinesfjord. Other villages include Bogen, Leines, Nordfold, Nordskot, and Sørskot. Engeløy Airport, Grådussan is located in the northern part of the municipality. Lighthouse is located in the Vestfjorden in the western part of the municipality.Show on map
Graneis a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Trofors. There are several other villages including Fallmoen, Leiren, Majavatn, and Strendene. The European route E06 highway and the Nordlandsbanen railway line run through the municipality from south to north.Show on map
SørfoldSørfold is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Salten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Straumen. Other villages in the municipality include Leirfjordgården, Mørsvikbotn, Røsvika, Rørstad, Styrkesvik, and Øvre Kvarv. The municipality surrounds the Sørfolda fjord and stretches east to the border with Sweden.Show on map
RødøyRødøy is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Vågaholmen. Other villages include Gjerøy, Jektvika, Kilboghamn, Melfjorden, Oldervika, Sørfjorden, and Tjong. The municipality consists of many islands to the west of Norway's second biggest glacier, Svartisen.Show on map
AndøyAndøy is the northernmost municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Vesterålen archipelago. The main island in the municipality is Andøya. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Andenes. Other villages in the municipality include Bjørnskinn, Bleik, Dverberg, Fiskenes, Fornes, Nordmela, Risøyhamn, Skarstein, Å, Åknes, and Åse.Show on map
VærøyVærøy is an island and municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Lofoten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Sørland. The other village in Værøy is Nordland. Most of the residents live in the Sørland area surrounding the main harbor. The old Værøy Lighthouse sits at the end of that harbor.Show on map
LeirfjordLeirfjord is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Leland. Other villages in Leirfjord include Bardalssjøen and Sundøy. The large Helgeland Bridge is partly located in the municipality, connecting it to Alstahaug and the town of Sandnessjøen.Show on map
VåganVågan (Northern Sami: Vuogát) is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Lofoten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Svolvær. Some of the villages in Vågan include Digermulen, Gimsøy, Gravermarka, Henningsvær, Hopen, Kabelvåg, Kleppstad, Laupstad, Liland, Skrova, Straumnes, and Sydalen.Show on map
ØksnesØksnes is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the northwestern part of the large island of Langøya, which is a part of the traditional region of Vesterålen. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Myre. Other villages in Øksnes include Alsvåg, Barkestad, Breidstrand, Nyksund, Strengelvåg, and Stø.Show on map
DønnaDønna is an island and a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland region. The administrative centre of the island municipality is the village of Solfjellsjøen. Other villages include Bjørn, Dønnes, Hestad, Sandåker, and Vandve. The main island of Dønna is connected to Herøy to the south by the Åkviksundet Bridge.Show on map
GildeskålGildeskål is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Bodø Region and the traditional district of Salten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Inndyr. Other villages include Forstranda, Lekanger, Mevik, Mårnes, Nygårdsjøen, Saura, Storvika, Sørarnøya, Sørfinnset, and Våg.Show on map
BeiarnBeiarn is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Salten. Beiarn is also a part of the Bodø Region, a statistical metropolitan region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Moldjord. Other villages in Beiarn are Høyforsmoen, Trones, and Tverrvika.Show on map
HamarøyHamarøy (Lule Sami: Hábmer) is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Salten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Oppeid. Other villages include Innhavet, Karlsøy, Presteid, Skutvika, Tømmerneset, Tranøy, and Ulvsvåg.Show on map
MoskenesMoskenes is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. The municipality comprises the southern part of the island of Moskenesøya in the traditional district of Lofoten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Reine. Other villages include Sørvågen, Hamnøy, and Å.Show on map
VefsnVefsn (Southern Sami: Vaapste) is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Mosjøen (population: 9,631). Other villages include Drevvassbygda, Elsfjord, and Husvik.Show on map
HerøyHerøy is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Silvalen. The municipality is located about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) west of the town of Sandnessjøen.Show on map
SaltdalSaltdal (Northern Sami: Sálát) is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Salten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Rognan. Other villages in Saltdal include Røkland and Lønsdal.Show on map
BindalBindal is a municipality in the Helgeland region in the extreme southwest part of Nordland county, Norway. The administrative centre is the village of Terråk. Other villages include Bindalseidet, Holm, Vassås, Horsfjord and Åbygda.Show on map
RøstRøst is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Lofoten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Røstlandet.Show on map
VevelstadVevelstad is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Helgeland traditional region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Forvika.Show on map
Different buildings in Nordland
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Bronnoysund Bronnoy AirportBrønnøysund Airport, Brønnøy (Norwegian: Brønnøysund lufthavn, Brønnøy; IATA: BNN, ICAO: ENBN) is a regional airport located at the town of Brønnøysund, in the municipality of Brønnøy, Nordland county, Norway. The airport is owned and operated by the state-owned Avinor and serves the southern part of Helgeland. It has a 1,200-by-30-meter (3,937 ft × 98 ft) runway numbered 04–22 and is served by Widerøe, which operates their Bombardier Dash 8 aircraft to Oslo, Trondheim, Bodø, Bergen and other airports in Helgeland. The airport also serves offshore helicopter flights by CHC Helikopter Service to Norne and temporary oil rigs in the Norwegian Sea. In 2014, the airport served 117,471 passengers, making it the second-busiest regional airport in Norway, after Florø Airport.Show on map
EvenesHarstad/Narvik Airport, Evenes (Norwegian: Harstad/Narvik lufthavn, Evenes; IATA: EVE, ICAO: ENEV) is an international airport located in Evenes, Norway, serving the towns of Harstad and Narvik. It is co-located with Evenes Air Station of the Royal Norwegian Air Force. The civilian sector is owned and operated by the state-owned Avinor and handled 654,977 passengers in 2013. Evenes has a 2,808-meter (9,213 ft) runway, a parallel taxiway and a terminal with five gates. The airlines with daily scheduled services are Norwegian Air Shuttle, Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and Widerøe. Destinations with daily services are Oslo, Bodø, Tromsø and Andenes. Evenes is the only primary airport in Central Hålogaland and its catchment area for Oslo-bound flights includes Lofoten and Vesterålen.Show on map
Andøya Andenes AirportAndøya Airport, Andenes (Norwegian: Andøya lufthavn, Andenes; IATA: ANX, ICAO: ENAN) is a domestic airport located at Andenes in Andøy, Norway, on the northern tip of the island of Andøya. The airport is the civilian sector of Andøya Air Station and is operated by the state-owned Avinor. The airport consists of two runways, 2,468 and 1,672 meters (8,097 and 5,486 ft) long, and served 48,254 passengers in 2012. Widerøe operates public service obligation (PSO) flights to Bodø, Tromsø, Stokmarknes and Harstad/Narvik, while Norwegian Air Shuttle operates seasonal flights to Oslo.Show on map
Fru Haugans HotelFru Haugans Hotel is a historic hotel located in Mosjøen, in the municipality of Vefsn in the central Helgeland district of Nordland, Norway. Fru Haugans Hotel is the oldest hotel within North Norway. The origin of the hotel dates to 1794 when a farmer's son and captain obtained royal consent to open a trading post and guesthouse. The hotel is named for Ellen Haugan who acquired the hotel in 1885. The hotel has remained in her family ever since.Show on map
Værøy lufthavnVærøy Airport (Norwegian: Værøy lufthavn; IATA: VRY, ICAO: ENVY) was a regional airport located at Nordlandet on the island and municipality of Værøy, Norway. Operated between 1986 and 1990, it had an 800-by-30-meter (2,625 by 98 ft) asphalt runway aligned 07–25. The airport was owned and operated by the Municipality of Værøy. It was served by Widerøe, who operated de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter aircraft to Bodø and Røst.Show on map
Værøy HeliportVærøy Heliport (Norwegian: Værøy helikopterhavn; IATA: VRY, ICAO: ENVR) is a heliport located at Tobbisodden on the island and municipality of Værøy, Norway, close to the municipal center of Sørland. The airport, operated by the state-owned Avinor, consists of a single helipad and handled 9,420 passengers in 2014. Services are provided by Lufttransport using the AgustaWestland AW139 to Bodø, based on a public service obligation contract.Show on map
Andøya Air StationAndøya Air Station (Norwegian: Andøya Flystasjon) is situated in the north of Norway, in the municipality of Andøy. At Andøya, the 333 Squadron is based with P-3C Orions. The squadron is Norway's only surveillance squadron and stands as the airborne defence of northern Norway. Andøya Air Station is designed to handle fighters and should it become necessary, fighter squadrons can be deployed to protect this region. Squadron 333 is the only Norwegian squadron still in operation after its initial deployment.Show on map
AndøybruaAndøy Bridge (Norwegian: Andøybrua) is a cantilever road bridge that crosses the Risøysundet strait between the islands of Andøya and Hinnøya in Nordland county, Norway. The northern end of the bridge is located in the village of Risøyhamn. The bridge is 750 metres (2,460 ft) long, the main span is 110 metres (360 ft), and the maximum clearance to the sea is 30 metres (98 ft). The bridge has 21 spans.Show on map
HenningsværHenningsvær is a fishing village located on several small islands off the southern coast of Austvågøya in the Lofoten archipelago in Norway. It is a part of the municipality of Vågan in Nordland county. The village is located about 20 kilometres (12 mi) southwest of the town of Svolvær. Henningsvær is connected to the rest of Vågan via the Henningsvær Bridges. The village is mostly located on the islands of Heimøya and Hellandsøya.Show on map
Helgeland BridgeHelgeland Bridge (Norwegian: Helgelandsbrua) is a cable-stayed bridge that crosses the Leirfjorden between the mainland and the island Alsta in Nordland county, Norway. The town of Sandnessjøen is located just southwest of the bridge on the island. Helgeland Bridge was designed by Holger S. Svensson. Construction began in 1989 and it was finished in 1991. The bridge officially opened in July 1991. Construction cost was 200 million NOK. The bridge was a toll bridge until 23 June 2005.Show on map
GraneGrane Church (Norwegian: Grane kirke) is a parish church in the municipality of Grane in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the village of Grane, about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) north of the municipal center of Trofors. The church sits along the European route E06 highway, just 250 metres (820 ft) from the river Vefsna.Show on map
Storkmarknes / SkagenStokmarknes Airport, Skagen (IATA: SKN, ICAO: ENSK) (Norwegian: Stokmarknes lufthavn, Skagen) is an airport in the municipality of Hadsel in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the island of Langøya, about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) northeast of Stokmarknes and about 20 kilometres (12 mi) southwest of Sortland.Show on map
Bodø AirportBodø Airport (Norwegian: Bodø lufthavn; IATA: BOO, ICAO: ENBO) is a civil airport in Bodø, Norway. Located just south of the city centre, on the westernmost tip of the Bodø-peninsula, it shares facilities with the military air force base Bodø Main Air Station. The airport has a single concrete, 2,794 by 45 metres (9,167 by 148 ft) runway which runs in a roughly east-west direction. In addition to jet operations to major domestic destinations, the airport serves as a hub for regional airline flights to Helgeland, Lofoten and Vesterålen.Show on map
YtterenYtteren is a village in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. It is a northern suburb of the town of Mo i Rana, and it is the site of the Ytteren Church, the main church for Nord-Rana. Ytteren and Båsmoen are northern suburbs of Mo i Rana, and they are located on the northern edge of the mouth of the Ranelva river at the Ranfjorden. Norwegian County Road 12 runs through the village. The large lake Langvatnet lies about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) north of the village. The local sports club is Bossmo & Ytteren IL.Show on map
BognesBognes is a ferry port in the municipality of Tysfjord in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the outer part of the Tysfjorden on the western side of the fjord. The port is located about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) south of the village of Korsnes and about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) north of Rørvika. Ferries operate from Bognes across the Tysfjorden to Skarberget as part of the European route E06 highway. There are also ferries that cross the Vestfjorden to Lødingen as part of the Norwegian National Road 85.Show on map
FredskapelletFredskapellet (Norwegian: Fredskapellet) is a chapel in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the town of Narvik. The chapel is part of the Narvik parish in the Ofoten deanery in the Diocese of Sør-Hålogaland. The brick chapel was built in 1957 on the site of another chapel that was destroyed during World War II. The present-chapel is located next to the main cemetery for the town of Narvik and therefore the chapel is mostly used for funerals.Show on map
Hattfjelldal flyplassHattfjelldal Airport (Norwegian: Hattfjelldal flyplass) is a general aviation airport located in Hattfjelldal, Norway. The first simple landing field was constructed in 1933. During World War II it was upgraded by the Luftwaffe to a concrete 930-meter (3,050 ft) concrete runway and it served as a strategic airfield during the occupation of Norway, mostly for a stopovers. The concrete surface built by the Germans is still in use today and is operated by Hattfjelldal Flyklubb.Show on map
Leknes AirportLeknes Airport (Norwegian: Leknes lufthavn) (IATA: LKN, ICAO: ENLK) is a regional airport serving the town of Leknes and the surrounding areas in the Lofoten archipelago in Nordland county, Norway. The airport is located just outside Leknes in Vestvågøy municipality. The European route E10 highway passes along the east side of the airport. In 2014, Leknes Airport had 101,757 passengers. It is operated by Avinor.Show on map
VegaVega Church (Norwegian: Vega kirke) is a parish church in the municipality of Vega in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the village of Gladstad. The church is part of the Vega parish in the Sør-Helgeland deanery in the Diocese of Sør-Hålogaland. The white wooden church was built in 1864. It was consecrated on 14 July 1864 by the Bishop Carl Peter Parelius Essendrop. The church seats about 430 people.Show on map
Misvær kirkeMisvær Church (Norwegian: Misvær kirke) is a parish church in the municipality of Bodø in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the village of Misvær in the Skjerstad district of Bodø. The church is part of the Misvær og Skjerstad parish in the Bodø deanery in the Diocese of Sør-Hålogaland. The white, wooden church was built in 1912, and it was consecrated on 31 October 1912. It seats about 200 people.Show on map
Elsfjord kirkeElsfjord Church (Norwegian: Elsfjord kirke) is a parish church in the municipality of Vefsn in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the village of Elsfjord. The church is part of the Elsfjord parish in the Indre Helgeland deanery in the Diocese of Sør-Hålogaland. The red church building was constructed in 1955 to serve the Elsfjord area. It was consecrated on 18 September 1955.Show on map
Sandnessjøen Airport, StokkaSandnessjøen Airport, Stokka (Norwegian: Sandnessjøen Lufthavn, Stokka; IATA: SSJ, ICAO: ENST) is a regional airport serving the town of Sandnessjøen, Norway. The airport is located in the municipality of Alstahaug in Nordland county, 5.5 nautical miles (10.2 km; 6.3 mi) south west of Sandnessjøen. In 2014, Sandnessjøen Airport served 74,138 passengers.It is operated by Avinor.Show on map
HemnesHemnes Church (Norwegian: Hemnes kirke) is a parish church in the municipality of Hemnes in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the village of Hemnesberget. The church is part of the Hemnes parish in the Indre Helgeland deanery in the Diocese of Sør-Hålogaland. The white, wooden, octagonal-cruciform church was built in 1872 by the architect Niels Stockfleth Darre Eckhoff.Show on map
BarkestadBarkestad is a fishing village on the island of Dyrøya in the Vesterålen archipelago in Norway. It is a part of the municipality of Øksnes in Nordland county. The village is located about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) off the west coast of the main island of Langøya. There are daily ferry stops at Barkestad with connections to other nearby islands and to the municipal centre of Myre.Show on map
Mo i Rana Airport, RøssvollMo i Rana Airport, Røssvoll (Norwegian: Mo i Rana lufthavn, Røssvoll) (IATA: MQN, ICAO: ENRA) is a regional airport serving the town of Mo i Rana in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The airport is located about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) outside the town in the village of Røssvoll. In 2014 Mo i Rana Airport served 104,474 passengers. It is operated by Avinor.Show on map
VarntræskenVarntresk is a village in the municipality of Hattfjelldal in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located on the eastern shore of the large lake Røssvatnet. The lake Famnvatnet lies about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) east of the village. Varntresk Church is located in this village, and it serves the northern part of the municipality. There is also a small school in Varntresk.Show on map
SolstadSolstad Church (Norwegian: Solstad kirke) is a parish church in the municipality of Bindal in Nordland county, Norway. It is located along the Bindalsfjorden in the village of Holm. The church is part of the Solstad parish in the Sør-Helgeland deanery in the Diocese of Sør-Hålogaland. The white church building was completed in 1888. The church seats about 300 people.Show on map
Bodø DomkirkeBodø Cathedral (Norwegian: Bodø domkirke) is a cathedral in the municipality of Bodø in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the town of Bodø. The church is part of the Bodø parish in the Bodø deanery in the Diocese of Sør-Hålogaland. The cathedral is also the seat of the Bishop of Sør-Hålogaland. Since 2007 Tor Berger Jørgensen is the Bishop of the cathedral.Show on map
KatteratKatterat Station (Norwegian: Katterat stasjon) is a railway station in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county, Norway. The station is located along the Ofotbanen railway line, between Rombak Station and Søsterbekk Station. The station was built in 1902 and it was originally called Hundalen. In 1951, the station was renamed Katterat.Show on map
Nygårds Hydroelectric Power StationNygårds Power Station is a hydroelectric power plant in Storelva in Narvik at 68°28′33″N 17°37′33″E / 68.47583°N 17.62583°E. It has a power output of 75 MW generated by three vertical Francis turbines. Originally, it was used also for the generation of single phase AC for the railway, but today only three phase AC is produced.Show on map
Gildeskål gamle kirkeGildeskål is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Bodø Region and the traditional district of Salten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Inndyr. Other villages include Forstranda, Lekanger, Mevik, Mårnes, Nygårdsjøen, Saura, Storvika, Sørarnøya, Sørfinnset, and Våg.Show on map
Hattfjelldal kirkeHattfjelldal Church (Norwegian: Hattfjelldal kirke) is a parish church in the municipality of Hattfjelldal in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the village of Hattfjelldal. The church is part of the Hattfjelldal parish in the Indre Helgeland deanery in the Diocese of Sør-Hålogaland.Show on map
BuksnesBuksnes is a former municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the present-day municipality of Vestvågøy. It originally comprised the western part of the island of Vestvågøya. The main church for the municipality was Buksnes Church in the village of Gravdal.Show on map
Mosjøen Airport, KjærstadMosjøen Airport, Kjærstad (Norwegian: Mosjøen lufthavn, Kjærstad, IATA: MJF, ICAO: ENMS) is a regional airport serving Mosjøen in Nordland, Norway. In 2014 Mosjøen Airport had 61,480 passengers. It is owned and operated by the state owned Avinor.Show on map
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Svolvær Airport, HelleSvolvær Airport, Helle (Norwegian: Svolvær lufthavn, Helle) (IATA: SVJ, ICAO: ENSH) is a regional airport serving the town of Svolvær in Vågan municipality (and the region surrounding Svolvær) in Nordland county, Norway.Show on map
SauraSaura is a village in the municipality of Nesna in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the southeastern side of the island of Handnesøya. It is the location of Handnesøya Chapel, some small shops, and a dock.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Nordland
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OlmmáijiekŋaBlåmannsisen (Lule Sami: Ålmåjalosjiegŋa) is the fifth largest glacier in mainland Norway. It is located on the border of the municipalities of Fauske and Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway—just 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) west of the border with Sweden.Show on map
ForfjordenForfjord is a fjord on the west side of Hinnøya island in Vesterålen in Northern Norway. Forfjord has about 70 inhabitants and is located 30 kilometers from Sortland and 70 kilometers from Andenes. The name is derived from its pine forest, as \"Furu\" and \"Forra\" translates to pine tree.Show on map
OfotfjordenOfotfjord (Norwegian: Ofotfjorden) or Narvik Fjord is a fjord in Nordland county, Norway. It is an inlet of the Norwegian Sea, located about 200 kilometres (120 mi) north of the Arctic Circle. The 78-kilometre (48 mi) long Ofotfjorden is Norway's 12th longest fjord and it is also the 18th deepest, with a maximum depth of 553 metres (1,814 ft). In the English language and in many historical documents, this fjord is often called the \"Narvik Fjord\", since the town of Narvik is located on the inner shores of the fjord.Show on map
MoskenstraumenThe Moskstraumen or Moskenstraumen is a system of tidal eddies and whirlpools, one of the strongest in the world, that forms at the Lofoten archipelago, Norway, in the Norwegian Sea. It is located between the Lofoten Point (Norwegian: Lofotodden) of Moskenesøya (Moskenes municipality) and Værøy, at the small island of Mosken. Moskstraumen is unusual in that it occurs in the open sea whereas most other whirlpools are observed in confined straits or rivers. It originates from a combination of several factors, the dominant being the strong semi-diurnal tides and peculiar shape of the seabed, with a shallow ridge between the Moskenesøya and Værøy islands which amplifies and whirls the tidal currents.Show on map
VefsnfjordenThe Vefsnfjord is a fjord in the Helgeland traditional district of Nordland county, Norway. It is about 51 kilometres (32 mi) long, reaching a maximum depth of about −440 metres (−1,440 ft). The fjord flows through the municipalities of Alstahaug, Leirfjord, and Vefsn. The fjord begins at Tjøtta, south of the island of Alsten and meets Leirfjord at Sundøy before turning to the south as it proceeds inland to Mosjøen. The outer part of the fjord is also called Sørfjord. A powerline crosses Vefsnfjord near Overtroan with a 3.236 kilometres long span.Show on map
RaudvatnetRaudvatnet (English: the red lake) is a lake in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The European route E12 highway between Mo i Rana and Sweden passes along the northern and eastern shores of the lake. A Red cross hut (Rauvasshytta) is located east of Raudvatnet. Water flows into the lake Raudvatnet primarily from the nearby lake Tverrvatnet to the south. From Raudvatnet, the water flows into the river Tverråga, a tributary to the main river Ranelva.Show on map
RanserenRanseren (Southern Sami: Raentsere, bijjie) is a lake on the border between Norway and Sweden. The Norwegian side lies in Hattfjelldal municipality in Nordland county (and it is inside Børgefjell National Park). The Swedish side of the lake is called Bije Ransaren, which means \"the upper Ransaren\" and this part lies in Vilhelmina in Lapland.Show on map
SvartisenSvartisen is a collective term for two glaciers located in northern Norway. The system consists of two separate glaciers, \n* Vestre (western) Svartisen (221 km2), which is the second largest glacier on the Norwegian mainland (there are larger glaciers on Svalbard) after Jostedalsbreen \n* Østre (eastern) Svartisen (148 km2), which is the country's fourth largest. Svartisen is part of national park, located in the Saltfjell mountain range.Show on map
RisøysundetRisøysundet is a strait between the islands of Andøya and Hinnøya in the Vesterålen archipelago in Norway. It is located in the municipality of Andøy in Nordland county. The 24-kilometre (15 mi) long strait has only one road crossing: the Andøy Bridge as part of the Norwegian County Road 82 connecting the villages of Risøyhamn and Dragnes.Show on map
SkjomenSkjomen (Northern Sami: Skievvá) is a fjord arm that branches off from the Ofotfjorden. It is located in the Ofoten district in Northern Norway, located just south of the city of Narvik. The European route E06 highway crosses the Skjomen fjord over the Skjomen Bridge, just south of the mouth of the fjord.Show on map
VirvasselvaVirvasselva or Virvassåga (Lule Sami: Viresjåhkå) is a river in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The river flows out of the eastern part of the lake Virvatnet. The stream Boneselva meets Virvasselva about 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) east of the lake Virvatnet. This is a large, continuous, very rich and untouched wetland area with tarns, rivers, marshes, and very tight vegetation. Virvasselva has a good population of Arctic char.Show on map
UtskarpenUtskarpen is a village in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway, about 37 kilometres (23 mi) west of the town of Mo i Rana. The village is located at the end of the Utskarpen fjord, an arm of the main Ranfjorden. On the western side of Utskarpen is the intersection with Norwegian County Road 17 and Norwegian County Road 12. The neighboring villages are Mæla to the north and Myklebustad to the west.Show on map
TysfjordenTysfjorden (Lule Sami: Divtasvuodna) is a fjord in the municipality of Tysfjord in Nordland county, Norway. The fjord stretches southwards from Korsnes along the Ofoten fjord all the way to Hellmobotn, about 62 kilometres (39 mi) to the southeast (near the border with Sweden). The island of Hulløya is located about halfway through the fjord. Tysfjorden is the deepest fjord in Northern Norway reaching to 897 metres (2,943 ft) below sea level near Hulløya. There is no bridge or tunnel crossing the fjord, and no road passing the end of it inside Norway. The fjord ends 6 km from the border to Sweden. There are regular ferry crossings over the fjord from Bognes to Skarberget and from Drag to Kjøpsvik.Show on map
SallajiegńaSulitjelmaisen (Lule Sami: Sállajiegŋa) is one of the largest glaciers in mainland Norway. It is mostly located in the municipality of Fauske in Nordland county, Norway. The far eastern part of the glacier crosses the border into Sweden, where it is referred to as Salajekna. When the whole glacier is considered, is the largest glacier in Sweden. The glacier's highest point is 1,680 metres (5,510 ft) above sea level and its lowest point is at an elevation of 830 metres (2,720 ft). The glacier has retreated in recent years. The lake Låmivatnet lies just south of the glacier.Show on map
MelfjordenMelfjorden is a fjord and village in the municipality of Rødøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the Arctic Circle. The 33-kilometre (21 mi) long fjord from the village of Melfjorden in the east to its mouth in the Rødøyfjorden near the island of Rangsundøya. There are two fjord arms that branch off the main fjord: Nordfjorden flows to the north into the National Park and Sørfjorden to the south past the villages of Sørfjorden and Kilboghavn.Show on map
ÅanghkejaevrieUnkervatnet (Southern Sami: Åanghkejaevrie) is a lake in the municipality of Hattfjelldal in Nordland county, Norway. It is a good lake for fishing lake trout and Arctic char both during summer and winter. The river flowing into the lake from the east is called Skarmodalselva, and the outflowing river is called Unkerelva (which itself flows into the river Vefsna). For tourists, there are two places available by the shoreside: Ørnes camping at the eastern end of the lake, and Tjolmen, situated on the north side of the lake's middle. The road from Hattfjelldal to Dikanäs in Sweden runs along the north side of the lake.Show on map
EidsfjordenEidsfjorden is a fjord in the municipalities of Bø, Hadsel, and Sortland in Nordland county, Norway. The 25-kilometre (16 mi) long fjord cuts into the island of Langøya in the Vesterålen archipelago. It branches off of the main Vesterålsfjorden. The innermost part of the fjord is part of Sortland (it was transferred from Hadsel in 1963). The west coast of the outer part belongs to Bø municipality and the eastern coast of the outer part of the fjord belongs to Hadsel.Show on map
ReevhtseRøssvatnet (Southern Sami: Reevhtse) is a lake and reservoir in the municipalities of Hattfjelldal and Hemnes in Nordland county, Norway. It has been the site of human occupation since the Stone Age. Its area of 219 square kilometres (85 sq mi) makes it the second largest lake in Norway by surface area. Without the dam which has regulated the lake since 1957, it would be 190 square kilometres (73 sq mi) and the third largest lake in Norway. Its depth is 240 metres (790 ft), its volume is estimated at about 15 cubic kilometres (3.6 cu mi), and its surface elevation is 374 metres (1,227 ft) above sea level.Show on map
TverrågaTverråga is a river in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The river flows from lake Tverrvatnet north until it joins the river Ranelva. The river absorbs seven other rivers during its course, the last one by Hamaren near Gruben.Show on map
SørfoldaSørfolda is a fjord in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the municipalities of Sørfold and Bodø. The 40-kilometre (25 mi) Sørfolda is a southeastern branch of the main Folda fjord. Side branches include the Nevelsfjorden, Eidekjosen, Skjunkfjorden, and Leirfjorden. The deepest part of the fjord reaches 573 metres (1,880 ft) below sea level. The village of Straumen is located at the innermost end of the Sørfolda. The village of Røsvika sits on the western shore of the fjord, about halfway along the fjord. The European route E06 runs along parts of the eastern shore of the fjord.Show on map
RøvatnetRøvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Ballangen in Nordland county, Norway. Røvatnet lake is located at an elevation of 472 metres (1,549 ft) above sea level and it is part of the river system that drains the lakes: Røvatnet, Sennvatnet, Skårvatnet, Hjertvatnet, Melkevatnet, Djupvatnet, Grunnvatnet, Børsvatnet, and Forsåvatnet. The Røvatnet lake supports a population of Arctic char. It is sometimes possible to do ice fishing at this lake as late as June. Røvatnet is located on Norwegian state property and therefore fishing at this site is open to the public.Show on map
SisovatnetSisovatnet (Lule Sami: Sijdasjávrre) is a lake that lies in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the southeastern part of the municipality of Sørfold, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) east of the village of Straumen. The lake Rundvatnet lies immediately east of Sisovatnet. The lake is fed by the melting snow from the large Blåmannsisen glacier to the southeast. Water naturally flows out of Sisovatnet to the lake Andkjelvatnet, although much of the water is diverted to the lake Straumvatnet to be used for hydroelectric power.Show on map
FrostisenFrostisen is a glacier on the border of the municipalities of Ballangen and Narvik in Nordland county, Norway. It is one of the larger plateau glaciers in Norway. Frostisen covers an area of about 25 square kilometres (9.7 sq mi). The elevation of the glacier ranges from 840 to 1,710 metres (2,760 to 5,610 ft) above sea level. The glacier lies near the Skjomen fjord, a branch of the Ofotfjord, just southwest of the city Narvik. The lakes Geitvatnet, Isvatnet, Kjelvatnet, Nordre Bukkevatnet and Søre Bukkevatnet all lie just to the southwest of the glacier.Show on map
RombakenRombaken or Rombaksfjord (Northern Sami: Ruoppat) is a fjord branch of the Ofotfjorden in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county, Norway. The fjord is about 20 kilometres (12 mi) long, and is surrounded by steep mountainsides. The European route E06 and European route E10 highways run along the northern and southern shores of the fjord. The Hålogaland Bridge, under construction since February 2013 and expected to be completed in 2017, is being built across the mouth of the Rombaken fjord to shorten the travel time from Narvik to Harstad.Show on map
GautelisvatnetGautelisvatnet (Northern Sami: Guovdelisjávri) is a lake that is located on the border of Norway and Sweden. The Norwegian side lies in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county and the Swedish side lies in Gällivare Municipality in Norrbotten County. The (6.82 sq mi) lake has a dam on the northern end and the water is used for hydropower. After the dam was built, the lake grew and merged with the lake Vannaksvatnet to the south. The lake Unna Guovdelisjávri lies just to the east of this lake.Show on map
Nedre FagervollvatnetHolmvatnet is a lake and a reservoir in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. It is located northeast of the villages of Mæla and Myklebustad. The present lake was formed during the building of the Sjona hydroelectric power station during the early 1970s, when the original Holmvatnet was dammed and flowed together with the lake Nedre Fagervollvatnet further upstream. The reservoir has an area of (1.87 sq mi) and the elevation is regulated between 275 and 254,3 meters above sealevel.Show on map
SkjerstadfjordenSkjerstadfjorden is a fjord in the municipalities of Bodø, Fauske, and Saltdal in Nordland county, Norway. It is a 40-kilometre (25 mi) long arm off of the main Saltfjorden. It is connected to the Saltfjorden by the narrow Saltstraumen strait which has very strong tidal currents. Some of the larger villages around the fjord include Valnesfjord, Fauske, and Rognan. European route E06 runs along the eastern shore of the fjord, and the Nordlandsbanen railway line follows the eastern and northern shores of the fjord.Show on map
LeirfjordenLeirfjorden is a fjord in the municipalities of Leirfjord and Alstahaug in Nordland county, Norway. The 20-kilometre (12 mi) long fjord is located east of the town of Sandnessjøen, between the mainland and the island of Alsta. There is a short strait that connects it to the Vefsnfjorden to the south. There are two bridges that cross it: Helgeland Bridge in the west and Sundøy Bridge in the south. The village of Leland lies on the northern coast and the village of Sundøy lies on the southern coast.Show on map
GihccejiekŋaGihtsejiegŋa is one of the largest glaciers in mainland Norway. It is located in the municipality of Tysfjord in Nordland county, about 20 kilometres (12 mi) southeast of the village of Kjøpsvik, on the border with Sweden. The name of the glacier comes from the Lule Sami language. The elevation of the glacier ranges from 1,500 to 870 metres (4,920 to 2,850 ft) above sea level. The highest point of the glacier sits right below the summit of the 1,520-metre (4,990 ft) tall Bjørntoppen.Show on map
RamsundetRamsund is a village in the municipality of Tjeldsund in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the eastern shore of the Ramsundet strait, just south of the Ramsund Bridge. The (140-acre) village has a population (2013) of 305. The population density is 545 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,410/sq mi). Ramsund Chapel is located in this village. There is also a military base located south of the village that is the base for the unit.Show on map
StorglomvatnetStorglomvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Meløy in Nordland county, Norway. It is about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) southeast of the village of Glomfjord, on the northeast edge of the Svartisen glacier. Storglomvatnet is a reservoir that serves the Svartisen power plant. The lake is part of a large watershed system. The lake is regulated at a height of 460 to 585 metres (1,509 to 1,919 ft) above sea level. This lake is also known as Grandma's lake to some locals. \n* Map of Storglomvatnet watershed \n* \n* The snow-covered dam in June 2015Show on map
AkersvatnetStorakersvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The lake lies about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) south of the town of Mo i Rana and less than 900 metres (3,000 ft) from the border with Sweden. The original lake was only 15.9 square kilometres (6.1 sq mi), but a dam was built at the northern end so that it can serve as a reservoir for the Rana power station. This dam has caused the lake to enlarge to an area of 42.3 square kilometres (16.3 sq mi).Show on map
AndkjelvatnetAndkjelvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the southeastern part of the municipality of Sørfold, about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) northeast of the village of Straumen. The water flows out through the Tørrfjordelva river into the Sørfolda fjord. Most of the water that would naturally flow into the lake from the lake Sisovatnet to the east is diverted to a hydroelectric power station on the lake Straumvatnet.Show on map
BeisfjordBeisfjorden (Northern Sami: Ušmá) is a fjord in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county, Norway. It is a fjord arm that branches off of the Ofotfjorden, on the south side of the city of Narvik. The Beisfjord Bridge on the European route E06 highway crosses the fjord between Ankenes and Narvik. The village of Beisfjord is located at the end of the 11.5-kilometre (7.1 mi) long fjord. The maximum depth of the fjord reaches 44 metres (144 ft) below sea level.Show on map
FoldaFolda is a fjord in Nordland county, Norway, in the municipalities of Bodø, Steigen, and Sørfold. The Folda empties into the Vestfjorden about 40 kilometres (25 mi) northeast of Bodø. The Folda fjord has many fjord arms which split off from the main fjord. There are two main inland branches: the Nordfolda (in Steigen) and the Sørfolda (in Bodø and Sørfold). The fjord is about 60 kilometres (37 mi) long, including the fjord arms that branch off the main fjord.Show on map
LangvatnetLangvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Fauske in Nordland county, Norway. The (2.11 sq mi) lake lies about 25 kilometres (16 mi) east of the town of Fauske. The village of Sulitjelma lies on the northeastern edge of the lake. Water from the lakes Kjelvatnet and Låmivatnet flow into the lake from the south and east. The water from Langvatnet flows out through the river Sjønståelva to the west towards the lake Øvrevatnet.Show on map
GrasvatnetGresvatnet or Grasvatnet (Southern Sami: Graesiejaevrie) is a lake on the border between Norway and Sweden. Most of the lake lies in the municipality of Hemnes in Nordland county (Norway) and then a small portion crosses the border into Storuman Municipality in Västerbotten county (Sweden). The lake lies about 25 kilometres (16 mi) east of the village of Korgen, and just a few kilometres northeast of the mountain Oksskolten and the Okstindbreen glacier.Show on map
TjongsfjordenTjongsfjorden is a fjord in the municipality of Rødøy in Nordland county, Norway. The 17-kilometre (11 mi) long fjord begins just west of the Svartisen glacier and flows west and flows into the Rødøyfjorden, just east of the island of Rødøya. The mountain Blokktinden lies on the southern shore of the fjord. The villages of Tjong and Vågaholmen lie along the northern shore of the fjord. Norwegian County Road 17 runs along the inner part of the fjord.Show on map
SaltstraumenSaltstraumen is a small strait with one of the strongest tidal currents in the world. It is located in the municipality of Bodø in Nordland county, Norway. It is located about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) southeast of the town of Bodø. The narrow channel connects the outer Saltfjorden to the large Skjerstadfjorden between the islands of Straumøya and Knaplundsøya. The Saltstraumen Bridge on Norwegian County Road 17 crosses Saltstraumen.Show on map
EfjordenEfjorden (Norwegian) or Áhtávuodna (Lule Sami) is a fjord in the municipality of Ballangen in Nordland county, Norway. It is an arm off of the main Ofotfjorden, stretching about 35 kilometres (22 mi) to the south. The Efjord Bridges on the European route E06 highway cross the fjord on their way to Narvik. Norwegian National Road 827 follows the western shore of the fjord from the Efjord Tunnel from Tysfjord to the E6 highway.Show on map
LangvassågaLangvassåga is a river that flows out of the lake Langvatnet in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. It flows in a southeastern direction, then it's joined by the river Røvassåga, and then continues as a tributary to the main river Ranelva, south of the village of Røssvoll. The Langvassåga catchment area covers about 1,114 square kilometres (430 sq mi). The river passes by the Mo i Rana Airport, Røssvoll.Show on map
TjårdavatnetTjårdavatnet or Kjårdavatnet (Northern Sami: Čoađgejávri) is a lake that is located on the border of Norway and Sweden. The Norwegian side lies in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county and the Swedish side lies in Gällivare Municipality in Norrbotten County. The lake has an area of about 3.63 square kilometres (1.40 sq mi), with 3.5 square kilometres (1.4 sq mi) being in Norway, the tiny remainder is in Sweden.Show on map
OkstindbreenOkstindbreen is the eighth largest glacier in mainland Norway. The 46-square-kilometre (18 sq mi) glacier lies in the Okstindan mountain range in the municipality of Hemnes in Nordland county. The highest point is 1,740 metres (5,710 ft) above sea level and its lowest point is 750 metres (2,460 ft) above sea level. At the eastern edge of the glacier lies the mountain Oksskolten, the highest point in Nordland county.Show on map
ArstaddalsdammenArstaddalsdammen is a lake that lies in the municipality of Beiarn in Nordland county, Norway. It is located about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) southwest of the village of Moldjord. The (0.98 sq mi) lake lies in the southern end of the Arstaddal valley, and it has a dam on the northern end. The dam was built in the 1960s. The water from the lake is piped to the nearby lake Sokumvatnet in Gildeskål.Show on map
LangvatnetLangvatnet (Lule Sami: Tjoaddnejávrre) is a lake that lies on the border between Norway and Sweden. Almost all of the lake is located in the municipality of Tysfjord in Nordland county, Norway with a very small part of the lake in Jokkmokk Municipality in Norrbotten County, Sweden. The (2.11 sq mi) lake is located about 20 kilometres (12 mi) southeast of the municipal centre, Kjøpsvik.Show on map
Nordre BjøllåvatnetNordre Bjøllåvatnet (Lule Sami: Bajep Ruovdajávrre) is a lake that lies in the municipality of Saltdal in Nordland county, Norway. The (3.83 sq mi) lake is located inside National Park, about 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) east of the border with Beiarn and north of the border with Rana. The lake flows out through the river Bjøllåga and ultimately into the river Ranelva.Show on map
TverrvatnetTverrvatnet or Tvervatnet [tvær'vatne] is a lake in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The European route E12 highway between Mo i Rana and Sweden passes along the northern and eastern shores of the lake. Tverrvatnet gets its name from the fact that it is located \"across\" (Norwegian: på tvers), in a north-south direction, while most lakes in Rana are located in an east-west direction.Show on map
BovrojávriBåvrojávrre is a lake that lies on the border between Norway and Sweden. Most of the (2.35 sq mi) lake lies in Norway in the municipality of Tysfjord in Nordland county. Only 0.61 square kilometres (0.24 sq mi) of the lake lies in Sweden in Gällivare Municipality in Norrbotten County. The lake Baugevatnet lies just to the north. The ending -jávrre is the Lule Sami word for lake.Show on map
FaulvatnetFaulvatnet (Lule Sami: Låddejávrre) is a lake that lies in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. The (2.80 sq mi) lake is located about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) north of the village of Straumen, just west of Rago National Park. The water flows out into the Sleipdalselva river and the water is used for power generation at the Lakshola hydroelectric power station.Show on map
TrollfjordenThe Trollfjord (Trollfjorden) is a 2 km long sidearm of the Raftsund, is being claimed (as of 2016) to lie within one of the following two of Norway's traditional districts, Lofoten and Vesterålen. Administratively it's located in the municipality of vågan, which is a municipality in Lofoten With its narrow entrance and steep-sided mountains, Trollfjord cuts westwards from the Raftsundet strait. To the East of the fjord lies Austvågøya. The name is derived from troll, a figure from Norse mythology.Show on map
BaugevatnetBaugevatnet is a lake that lies in Tysfjord municipality in Nordland. The (1.93 sq mi) lake is located about 25 kilometres (16 mi) east of the village of Kjøpsvik and just 1.5 kilometres (0.93 mi) northwest of the border with Sweden. The lake Båvrojávrre lies about 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) to the southwest and the lake Langvatnet lies about the same distance to the north.Show on map
BállávrreBalvatnet (Lule Sami: Bállávrre) is a lake that lies in the municipality of Saltdal in Nordland county, Norway. The (16.01 sq mi) lake is located on the border of Junkerdal National Park, about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) west of the border with Sweden. The lake is regulated for hydroelectric power at the Daja power station 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) to the north in Sulitjelma.Show on map
NervatnetNedrevatnet or Nervatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Fauske in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.9 sq mi) lake lies just east of the town of Fauske. The lake Øvrevatnet flows into this lake and the water flows out of the Nedrevatnet into the Skjerstadfjorden. The European route E06 and the Nordlandsbanen railway line run along the western edge of this lake.Show on map
BindalsfjordenBindalsfjorden is a fjord in the southern part of Nordland county, Norway. The fjord is mostly located in the municipality of Bindal with a small part in neighboring Sømna municipality. The 26-kilometre (16 mi) long fjord begins near the villages of Terråk and Vassås where the Sørfjorden and Tosenfjorden join together. It then flows northwest past Bindalseidet and then southwest past Holm.Show on map
FjerdvatnetFjerdvatnet or Kråkmovatnet (Lule Sami: Skilggajávri) is a lake in the municipality of Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. The European route E06 highway runs along the eastern shore of the lake. The lake lies about 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) southeast of the village of Tømmerneset. The large lake Rekvatnet lies just to the east and the lake Sandnesvatnet lies just to the north of this lake.Show on map
MajavatnetMajavatnet (Southern Sami: Maajehjaevrie) is a lake in the municipality of Grane in Nordland county, Norway. The (6.4 sq mi) lake lies just west of Børgefjell National Park in southern Grane. The village of Majavatn lies on the eastern shore of the lake. The European route E06 highway and the Nordlandsbanen railway line both run along the eastern shore of the lake.Show on map
SandnesvatnetSandnesvatnet (Lule Sami: is a lake in the municipality of Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. The European route E06 highway runs along the eastern and northern shores of the lake. The lake lies about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) southeast of the village of Tømmerneset. The lake Strindvatnet lies just to the northwest and the lake Fjerdvatnet lies to the south of the lake.Show on map
HeggmovatnetHeggmovatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Bodø in Nordland county, Norway. The (3.62 sq mi) lake is located about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) northeast of the village of Løding. The lake is regulated and it is the main water source for the town of Bodø. The water flows out of the lake into the river Heggmoelva, which then flows into the lake Vatnvatnet.Show on map
SkogvollvatnetSkogvollvatnet is a Norwegian lake that lies in Andøy municipality in Nordland county. The (1.06 sq mi) lake lies on the west coast of the island of Andøya. There is a 150-to-200-metre (490 to 660 ft) wide isthmus of land between the lake and the ocean on the west side of the lake. The tiny village of Skogvoll lies on the isthmus between the lake and the ocean.Show on map
GavlfjordenGavlfjorden is a fjord (more accurately, a sound) in the municipality of Øksnes in Nordland county, Norway. The 20-kilometre (12 mi) long fjord separates the large islands of Langøya and Andøya in the Vesterålen archipelago. In the north, the fjord flows out into the Norwegian Sea, and in the south, the fjord splits into the Sortlandssundet strait and the Risøysundet strait.Show on map
LangvatnetLangvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The (10.19 sq mi) lake lies just northwest of the town of Mo i Rana. The lake flows out into the river Langvassåga just north of Mo i Rana Airport, Røssvoll. The lake used as a reservoir for the Langvatn hydroelectric power plant in Ytteren, just down the hill from the lake.Show on map
GoajvojávrreRekvatnet (Lule Sami: Goajvojávrre) is a lake in the municipality of Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. The lake lies about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) southeast of the village of Tømmerneset. The lake Šluŋkkajávri lies just to the east of the lake. The water from Rekvatnet is piped downhill to a hydroelectric power station on the shores of the lake nearby, Lake Fjerdvatnet.Show on map
ÅbjøraÅbjøra or Åelva is a river in the municipality of Bindal in Nordland county, Norway. It begins in the mountains in the southeastern part of Bindal, it passes through some lakes, including the lake Åbjørvatnet, then past the village of Åbygda, and ends in the Osan fjord, not far from the village of Terråk. It is a small river but good for fishing for salmon or sea trout.Show on map
KrutvatnetKrutvatnet (Southern Sami: Kruvhtegenjaevrie) is a lake in the municipality of Hattfjelldal in Nordland county, Norway. It lies about 7.5 kilometres (4.7 mi) east of the lake Røssvatnet and about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) west of the border with Sweden. The Norwegian National Road 73 runs on the southern shore of the lake on its way from Hattfjelldal to Tärnaby in Sweden.Show on map
ElsfjordenElsfjord is a village and former municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is located around the Elsfjorden in the northern part of the present-day municipality of Vefsn. The main villages in the municipality were Elsfjord and Drevvassbygda. The village of Elsfjord is located at the end of the fjord, and it is the location of the local church, Elsfjord Church.Show on map
StrindvatnetStrindvatnet (Lule Sami: Tjoalmejávrre) is a lake in the municipality of Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. The lake lies about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) south of the village of Tømmerneset. The European route E06 highway runs along the eastern shore of the lake. The lake Sandnesvatnet lies to the southeast and the lake Rotvatnet lies to the north of Strindvatnet.Show on map
KvitvatnetKvitvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the southeastern part of the municipality of Sørfold, about 21 kilometres (13 mi) east of the village of Straumen. The lake lies on the north side of the Blåmannsisen glacier, just south of the Rago National Park, and just west of the border with Sweden.Show on map
MarkavatnetMarkavatnet or Markvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Meløy in Nordland county, Norway. The (0.88 sq mi) lake is located about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) east of the village of Reipå and the same distance north of the municipal centre of Ørnes. The lake Lysvatnet lies about 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) to the east of Markavatnet.Show on map
BjørnefossvatnetBjørnefossvatnet or Flatisvatnet is a lake in the northwestern part of the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The lake is located inside the National Park, about 30 kilometres (19 mi) north of the town of Mo i Rana. The glacial lake is also the headwaters of the Glomåga river which flows south into the lake Langvatnet.Show on map
AlsvågvatnetAlsvågvatnet is a lake which lies in the municipality of Øksnes in Nordland county, Norway. It is on the island of Langøya in the Vesterålen archipelago. There is birch woodland and bogland nearby. The (0.91 sq mi) lake sits at an elevation of 8 metres (26 ft), about 1.3 kilometres (0.81 mi) west of Alsvåg, along the road to Myre.Show on map
ValnesvatnetValnesvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Bodø in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.90 sq mi) lake lies along the Norwegian County Road 17 about 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) north of the border with Gildeskål, just northeast of Nygårdsjøen. The water in the lake flows out over the Valnesfossen waterfall on its way to the sea.Show on map
LåmivatnetLåmivatnet (Lule Sami: Loamejávrre) is a lake in the municipality of Fauske in Nordland county, Norway. The (4.41 sq mi) lake lies about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) east of Sulitjelma, just south of the Sulitjelmaisen glacier and north of Junkerdal National Park. The border with Sweden is 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) east of the lake.Show on map
BleikvatnetBleikvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Hemnes in Nordland county, Norway. The lake lies about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) northeast of the village of Bleikvasslia. The (4.86 sq mi) lake is regulated by a dam. The water flows out to the south and then down a 64-metre (210 ft) tall waterfall on the river Bleikvasselva.Show on map
Guovdelisjávri,unnaUnna Guovdelisjávri is a lake that is located on the border of Norway and Sweden. The Norwegian side lies in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county and the Swedish side lies in Kiruna Municipality in Norrbotten County. The lake lies just east of Gautelisvatnet. The ending -jávri is the word for \"lake\" in the Northern Sami language.Show on map
RundvatnetRundvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the southeastern part of the municipality of Sørfold, about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) east of the village of Straumen. The lake Sisovatnet lies immediately west of Rundvatnet; they are connected by the narrow Rundvasstraumen strait.Show on map
BogvatnetBogvatnet (Lule Sami: Tjoamodisjávrre) is a lake in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The lake is located inside the National Park, about 40 kilometres (25 mi) north of the town of Mo i Rana. The glacial lake is also the headwaters of the Blakkåga river, a tributary to the main river Ranelva.Show on map
VelfjordenVelfjord is a former municipality in Nordland county, Norway. Velfjord is located in the present-day municipality of Brønnøy. The administrative centre was the village of Hommelstø. The municipality surrounded the large fjord, Velfjorden, after which the municipality is named. The local Velfjord Church lies just west of Hommelstø.Show on map
GuovddelisjávrreLangvatnet (Lule Sami: Guovddelisjávrre) is a lake in the municipality of Ballangen in Nordland county, Norway. The (5.54 sq mi) lake is located northwest of the lake Sijdasjávrre and south of the lake Geitvatnet in the southeastern part of Ballangen, about 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) from the border with Sweden.Show on map
HundålvatnetHundålvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Vefsn in Nordland county, Norway. The lake lies in the western part of the municipality, about 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) west of Mosjøen. It is located just north of the Lomsdal–Visten National Park. The lake flows into the Hundåla river which flows north into the Vefsnfjorden.Show on map
Sorjosjávri,vuolitVuolep Sårjåsjávrre is a lake which lies on the border between Norway and Sweden. The western part lies in the municipality of Fauske in Nordland county, Norway, and the eastern part lies in Jokkmokk, Norrbotten county, Sweden. The (2.77 sq mi) lake lies just to the east of the large Blåmannsisen glacier.Show on map
SohkerdeSefrivatnet (Southern Sami: Sohkerde) is a lake that lies in the municipality of Grane in Nordland county, Norway. The (0.91 sq mi) lake lies between the lakes Majavatnet and Storsvenningvatnet. The European route E06 highway and the Nordlandsbanen railway line both run along the eastern edge of the lake.Show on map
LysvatnetLysvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Meløy in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.75 sq mi) is located near the municipal border with Gildeskål, about 5.5 kilometres (3.4 mi) east of the municipal centre of Ørnes. The lake Markavatnet lies about 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) to the west of this lake.Show on map
FaepmiejaevrieFamnvatnet (Southern Sami: Faepmiejaevrie) is a lake in the municipality of Hattfjelldal in Nordland county, Norway. The lake is located about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) east of Røssvatnet and about 7.5 kilometres (4.7 mi) west of the border with Sweden. The nearby lake Krutvatnet lies about 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) to the south.Show on map
LeinesfjordenLeinesfjord or Myklebostad is a village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Steigen in Nordland county, Norway. It is located about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) west of Nordfold along the Leinesfjorden, the fjord after which the village is named. The local school is located here as well as Leinesfjord Chapel.Show on map
IptojávriIptojávri is a lake in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county, Norway. The (0.89 sq mi) lake lies about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) south of the village of Elvegård, just 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) from the border with Sweden. The ending -jávri is the word for \"lake\" in the Northern Sami language.Show on map
AndfiskvatnetAndfiskvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.0 sq mi) lake lies about 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) southeast of Hauknes and about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) south of the town of Mo i Rana. The lake flows out into the river Andfiskåga which flows into the Ranfjorden.Show on map
Litle UmvatnetLitlumvatnet (Southern Sami: Jovsjaevrie) is a lake on the border of Norway and Sweden. The Norwegian side lies in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county and the Swedish side lies in Storuman Municipality in Västerbotten County. The lake lies about 40 kilometres (25 mi) southeast of the town of Mo i Rana.Show on map
ŠluŋkkajávriŠluŋkkajávri or Sluņkajávrre is a lake in the municipality of Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. The lake lies about 20 kilometres (12 mi) southeast of the village of Tømmerneset. The large lake Rekvatnet lies just to the west of this lake. The ending -jávri or -jávrre is the Sami language word for lake.Show on map
RøyrvatnetRøyrvatnet (Lule Sami: Rávddojávrre) is a lake that lies in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. It is located about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) south of the village of Straumen. The water flows north out of Røyrvatnet into the lake Straumvatnet, about 750 metres (2,460 ft) to the north.Show on map
GuhkesjávrreLangvatnet (Lule Sami: Guhkesjávrre) is a lake that lies in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. The (5.39 sq mi) lake is located about 30 kilometres (19 mi) northeast of the village of Straumen, just north of Rago National Park and the border with Sweden.Show on map
GjømmervatnetGjømmervatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Bodø in Nordland county, Norway. The (2.57 sq mi) lake lies about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) southwest of Misvær in the Skjerstad area of Bodø. The lake is regulated for use for the Oldereid power station, north of Misvær.Show on map
GiengelvihkeJengelvatnet (Southern Sami: Giengelvihke) is a lake in Norway that lies on the borders of the municipalities of Røyrvik (in Nord-Trøndelag county) and Grane and Hattfjelldal (in Nordland county). The lake lies inside Børgefjell National Park and it drains to the south into the lake Namsvatnet.Show on map
LuktvatnetLuktvatnet is a lake that lies in the northern part of the municipality of Vefsn in Nordland county, Norway. The lake lies between the mountains Korgfjellet and Lukttinden, about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) south of Elsfjord. The European route E06 highway passes along the northern shore of the lake.Show on map
FellvatnetFellvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Gildeskål in Nordland county, Norway. The lake is located on the mainland of Norway, north of the large lake Storglomvatnet and the Svartisen glacier. It is located in an isolated, uninhabited part of Gildeskål, south of the lake Langvatnet.Show on map
Nedre FiplingvatnetNedre Fiplingvatnet (Southern Sami: Fijhpelogkoe) is a lake that lies in the municipality of Grane in Nordland county, Norway. The (4.1 sq mi) lake lies just west of Børgefjell National Park. The village of Leiren is located about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) north of the lake.Show on map
MurggosjávriMørsvikvatnet (Lule Sami: Murgosjávrre) is a lake located in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. The (0.42 sq mi) lake lies on the northeastern side of the village of Mørsvikbotn. The European route E06 highway runs along the western edge of the lake.Show on map
RaftsundetRaftsundet is a strait in the municipalities of Hadsel and Vågan in Nordland, Norway. It runs between the islands of Hinnøya and Austvågøya, and has a length of about 25 kilometers. The strait is crossed by the Raftsund Bridge. The Trollfjord side branch is a well-known tourist attraction.Show on map
FisklausvatnetFiskeløysvatnet or Fisklausvatnet (Lule Sami: Guoledisjávrre) is a lake that lies in the municipality of Saltdal in Nordland county, Norway. The (0.88 sq mi) lake is located inside Junkerdal National Park, about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) south of the border with Fauske.Show on map
LivssejávriLivsejávrre is a lake in the municipality of Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located about 20 kilometres (12 mi) southeast of the village of Mørsvikbotn and about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) west of the border with Sweden. The ending -jávrre is the Lule Sami language word for lake.Show on map
MjåvatnetMjåvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Vefsn in Nordland county, Norway. The long, skinny lake lies between the lakes Ømmervatnet and Fustvatnet, about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) northeast of Mosjøen. The European route E06 highway passes along the west coast of the lake.Show on map
ÁrajávriHartvikvatnet (Northern Sami: Árajávri) is a lake in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county, Norway. The (0.89 sq mi) lake is located about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) east of the village of Bjerkvik. The Elvegårdsmoen military camp lies just west of the lake.Show on map
StraumvatnetStraumvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. The lake is located on the southeast side of the village of Straumen. The lake Røyrvatnet lies about 750 metres (2,460 ft) south of this lake. Straumvatnet empties into the Sørfolda fjord.Show on map
VirvatnetVirvatnet (Lule Sami: Viresjávrre) is a lake in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the southeastern corner of the municipality, about 20 kilometres (12 mi) south of Bolna, Rana and less than 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) west of the border with Sweden.Show on map
ØmmervatnetØmmervatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Vefsn in Nordland county, Norway. The European route E06 highway passes along the eastern coast of the lake. The lake lies about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) east of Drevjemoen and about 20 kilometres (12 mi) northeast of Mosjøen.Show on map
SausvatnetSausvatnet is a lake that is located in Brønnøy municipality in Nordland county, Norway. There is also a small village on the eastern shore called Sausvatn. The lake is located about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) south of Hommelstø and about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) northwest of Lande.Show on map
LeirvatnetLeirvatnet is a lake located on the border between Norway and Sweden. It lies in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway, and the rest is located in Jokkmokk Municipality in Norrbotten County, Sweden. The lake lies at one end of the large Blåmannsisen glacier.Show on map
NervatnetRotvatnet or Nervatnet is a lake in the municipality of Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. The lake lies just west of the village of Tømmerneset. The European route E06 highway runs along the eastern shore of the lake. The lake Strindvatnet lies to the south of this lake.Show on map
SolbjørnvatnetSolbjørnvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Flakstad in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.94 sq mi) lake is located on the northern part of the island of Moskenesøya, less than 900 metres (3,000 ft) west of the European route E10 highway.Show on map
HierggejávrreReinoksvatnet (Reindeer Lake) (Lule Sami: Hierggejávrre) is a lake in the municipality of Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located about 20 kilometres (12 mi) east of the village of Mørsvikbotn and less than 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) west of the border with Sweden.Show on map
BlåmannsisvatnetBlåmannsisvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Fauske in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.45 sq mi) lake lies on the southeast edge of the large Blåmannsisen glacier. The border with Sweden is located about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) east of the lake.Show on map
FiskelausvatnetFiskelausvatnet (Southern Sami: Guelehtsjaevrie) is a lake that lies in the municipality of Grane in Nordland county, Norway. The lake lies in the northern part of Grane, about 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) northeast of Trofors. The name means fish-loose-lake or no-fish-lake.Show on map
KobbvatnetKobbvatnet (Lule Sami: Gåpjávrre) is a lake that lies in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.96 sq mi) lake lies about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) southeast of the village of Mørsvikbotn, along the European route E06 highway.Show on map
SealggajávriSealggajávri is a lake in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.69 sq mi) lake lies about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) southeast of the village of Beisfjord. The ending -jávri is the word for \"lake\" in the Northern Sami language.Show on map
SokumvatnetSokumvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Gildeskål in Nordland county, Norway. Sokumvatnet is located about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) southeast of the village of Inndyr. It lies just south of the lake Litle Sokumvatnet and northeast of the lake Langvatnet.Show on map
Væstanjaevrie,åårjelSøre Vistvatnet (Southern Sami: Åårjel Væstanjaevrie) is a lake that lies in the municipality of Vevelstad in Nordland county, Norway. The (0.89 sq mi) lake lies in the southeastern part of the municipality, inside Lomsdal–Visten National Park.Show on map
ØvrevatnetØvrevatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Fauske in Nordland county, Norway. The lake lies about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) east of the town of Fauske. The (4.24 sq mi) lake flows out into the neighboring lake Nedrevatnet to the west.Show on map
GorŋejávriForsvatnet (Lule Sami: Gårttjejávrre) is a lake that lies on the border of the municipalities of Sørfold and Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. The (5.26 sq mi) lake lies about 20 kilometres (12 mi) southeast of the village of Mørsvikbotn.Show on map
SijdurrienjaevrieSimskardvatnet (Southern Sami: Sijdurrienjaevrie) is a lake in the municipality of Hattfjelldal in Nordland county, Norway. It is the headwaters of the river Vefsna. The lake lies within Børgefjell National Park, just east of the municipal border with Grane.Show on map
GåsvatnetGåsvatnet (Southern Sami: is a lake that lies in the municipality of Grane in Nordland county, Norway. The 2.32 km2 (0.90 sq mi) lake lies in the southeastern part of Lomsdal–Visten National Park, just north of Norwegian National Road 73.Show on map
DrevvatnetDrevvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Vefsn in Nordland county, Norway. The village of Drevvassbygda lies at the northeastern end of the lake, in the Drevjedalen valley. The Nordlandsbanen railway line follows the southern coast of the lake.Show on map
FustvatnetFustvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Vefsn in Nordland county, Norway. The lake lies just south of the lake Mjåvatnet, about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) northeast of Mosjøen. The European route E06 highway follows the northwestern coastline.Show on map
ReingardslivatnetReingardslivatnet (Reindeer Lake, Reindeer Farm Lake) is a lake in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The lake lies about 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) north of the village of Røssvoll. It flows out into the river Røvassåga to the east.Show on map
DaarenegeDaningen (Southern Sami: Daarenege) is a lake in the municipality of Hattfjelldal in Nordland county, Norway. The lake lies about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) west of the border with Sweden and about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) northeast of the river Vefsna.Show on map
MakkvatnetMakkvatnet is a lake that lies on the border of the municipalities of Steigen and Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.17 sq mi) lake lies about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) west of the European route E06 highway in Hamarøy.Show on map
ÅbjørvatnetÅbjørvatnet (Southern Sami: Diedtjienjaevrie) is a lake that lies in the southeastern part of the municipality of Bindal in Nordland county, Norway. The lake is part of the river Åbjøra, about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) east of the village of Åbygda.Show on map
StorskogvatnetStorskogvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. The (0.92 sq mi) lake is located about 20 kilometres (12 mi) northeast of the village of Straumen, inside of Rago National Park.Show on map
LangvatnetLangvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Gildeskål in Nordland county, Norway. The lake is located about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) southeast of the municipal centre of Inndyr. It sits directly southwest of the large lake Sokumvatnet.Show on map
VatnvatnetVatnvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Bodø in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.82 sq mi) lake lies about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) north of the village of Løding. The lake Heggmovatnet flows out into this lake.Show on map
GrovatnetGrovatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.02 sq mi) lake is located northeast of the Sagfjorden, about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) southwest of the village of Mørsvikbotn.Show on map
TrollvatnetTrollvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.50 sq mi) lake is located northeast of the Sagfjorden, about 20 kilometres (12 mi) west of the village of Mørsvikbotn.Show on map
ForsanvatnetForsanvatnet is a lake that lies on the border of the municipalities of Steigen and Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.86 sq mi) lake lies just south of the Steigen Tunnel in the northeast part of Steigen.Show on map
HorndalsvatnetHorndalsvatnet (Lule Sami: Tjoarvekjávrre) is a lake located in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.4 sq mi) lake lies about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) southwest of the village of Mørsvikbotn.Show on map
KaldvågvatnetKaldvågvatnet or Kallvågvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Hamarøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) east of the municipal centre, Oppeid. The lake Skilvatnet lies immediately east of this lake.Show on map
StormålvatnetStormålvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Hemnes in Nordland county, Norway. It is located about 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) east of the village of Korgen. The river Bjerkaelva flows through the lake on its way to the nearby Ranfjord.Show on map
Litle SokumvatnetLitle Sokumvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Gildeskål (with a very small portion crossing into neighboring Beiarn) in Nordland county, Norway. Litle Sokumvatnet lies directly northeast of the larger lake Sokumvatnet.Show on map
BådakjávrreBørsvatnet (Northern Sami: Bođatjávri) is a lake in the municipality of Ballangen in Nordland county, Norway. The (4.5 sq mi) lake is located about 3.5 kilometres (2.2 mi) southwest of the village of Ballangen.Show on map
FjærvatnetFjærvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Bodø in Nordland county, Norway. The (0.96 sq mi) lake is located about 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) south of the village of Kjerringøy, near the village of Fjære.Show on map
SkilvatnetSkilvatnet is a lake in the municipalities of Hamarøy and Tysfjord in Nordland county, Norway. The lake lies about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) east of the municipal centre, Oppeid. The lake Kaldvågvatnet lies just west of this lake.Show on map
GiebbnejávrreKjemåvatnet (Lule Sami: Giebbnejávrre) is a lake that lies in the municipality of Saltdal in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.02 sq mi) lake lies about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) west of the village of Lønsdal.Show on map
StorvatnetStorvatnet (Northern Sami: Ránujávri) is a lake in the municipality of Ballangen in Nordland county, Norway. The (3.77 sq mi) lake is located about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) east of the village of Ballangen.Show on map
FjellvatnetFjellvatnet is a lake that is located in the municipalities of Bindal and Brønnøy in Nordland county, Norway. It flows out through a channel on the southwestern side of the lake and flows into the neighboring lake Eidevatnet.Show on map
FinnknevatnetFinnknevatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Vefsn in Nordland county, Norway. The water flows out of the lake to the north into the lake Hundålvatnet. It is located just north of the Lomsdal–Visten National Park.Show on map
SildhopvatnetSildhopvatnet (Lule Sami: Silldavuopjávrre) is a lake located in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. The (0.83 sq mi) lake is located on the east side of the village of Mørsvikbotn.Show on map
KallvatnetKallvatnet (Southern Sami: Gaallajaevrie) is a lake in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The (11.05 sq mi) lake lies about 25 kilometres (16 mi) southeast of Skonseng and Røssvoll.Show on map
RamsgjelvatnetRamsgjelvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Beiarn in Nordland county, Norway. The lake is located about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) northeast of Høyforsmoen and about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) southeast of Moldjord.Show on map
ØverelsvatnetElsvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Hattfjelldal in Nordland county, Norway. It lies about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) east of the village of Hattfjelldal, about half-way between the lakes Røssvatnet and Unkervatnet.Show on map
HjertvatnetHjertvatnet (Lule Sami: Vájmmojávrre) is a lake in the municipality of Ballangen in Nordland county, Norway. The (0.94 sq mi) lake is located between the lake Børsvatnet and the lake Melkevatnet.Show on map
Blerekvatnet,storeBlerekvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. It lies at the northern base of the mountain Junkerfjellet, about 40 kilometres (25 mi) straight east of the town of Mo i Rana.Show on map
SoløyvatnetSoløyvatnet is a lake that lies in the municipality of Bodø in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.87 sq mi) lake is located about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) northeast of the town of Bodø.Show on map
BleiksvatnetBleiksvatnet is a Norwegian lake that lies in Andøy municipality in Nordland county. The (1.2 sq mi) lake is located just south of the village of Bleik on the island of Andøya.Show on map
KjelvatnetKjelvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Ballangen in Nordland county, Norway. The (0.92 sq mi) lake lies just south of the Frostisen glacier, near the border with Sweden.Show on map
StraumfjordvatnetStraumfjordvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Steigen in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.44 sq mi) lake lies about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) east of the village of Bogen.Show on map
HopvatnetHopvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Steigen in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.48 sq mi) lake lies about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) northeast of the village of Nordfold.Show on map
HelgåvatnetHelgåvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.36 sq mi) lake lies about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) northeast of the village of Flostrand.Show on map
AahkanjaevrieKjerringvatnet (Southern Sami: Aahkanjaevrie) is a lake in the municipality of Hattfjelldal in Nordland county, Norway. The lake lies about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) west of the lake Røssvatnet.Show on map
MelkevatnetMelkevatnet is a lake in the municipality of Ballangen in Nordland county, Norway. The (1.29 sq mi) lake is located between the Efjorden and the lake Hjertvatnet.Show on map
KilvatnetKilvatnet (Lule Sami: Ráhpukjávrre) is a lake in the municipalities of Hamarøy and Tysfjord in Nordland county, Norway. The lake is located about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) east of Ulvsvåg.Show on map
GeitvatnetGeitvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Ballangen in Nordland county, Norway. The lake lies just west of the lake Søndre Bukkevatnet and the lake Langvatnet lies to the south.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Nordland
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AlstenAlsten or Alsta is an island in the municipalities of Alstahaug and Leirfjord in Nordland county, Norway. The Vefsnfjorden is off the east coast, the Leirfjorden off the north coast, and the Alstenfjorden passes the south and west coast. The eastern part of the island is dominated by the Seven Sisters mountain range which has five mountains that are more than 1,000 metres (3,300 ft) tall, while the western part of the island is relatively flat and it is the location of the town of Sandnessjøen and the village of Søvika in the south.Show on map
AndøyAndøya is the northernmost island in the Vesterålen archipelago, situated about 300 kilometres (190 mi) inside the Arctic circle. Andøya is located in the municipality of Andøy in Nordland county, Norway. The main population centres on the island include Andenes, Bleik, and Risøyhamn.Show on map
RagoRago National Park (Norwegian: Rago nasjonalpark) is a national park in the municipality of Sørfold in Nordland county, Norway. The 171-square-kilometre (66 sq mi) park lies east of European route E06, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) northeast of the village of Straumen. The park was established on 22 January 1971. Rago borders Sweden's Padjelanta National Park, which in turn borders two other parks, and the combined of all the protected land is a total of ca. 5,400 square kilometres (2,100 sq mi)—creating one of the largest protected areas in Europe.Show on map
DunderlandsdalenDunderlandsdalen (Lule Sami: Dunndaravuobme) is a valley in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. It reaches from just below the eastern Saltfjellet plateau about 8 miles (13 km) south of the Arctic circle at the mountain Bolna is situated in the uppermost boundary of the valley which then proceeds to the southwest all the way down to the Ranfjorden. Some of the minor side valleys include Plurdalen, Røvassdalen, Bjøllådalen, Grønfjelldalen and Virvassdalen. The valley also includes several villages such as Krokstrand, Bjøllånes, Storvoll, Dunderland, Eiterå, Nevernes, Storforshei, Nevermoen and Røssvoll.Show on map
BållnáBolna (Lule Sami: Bållná) is a mountain in the Saltfjellet mountain range in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The mountain peak reaches 1,460 metres (4,790 ft) above sea level, and is located just north of the Arctic Circle inside Saltfjellet–Svartisen National Park. The mountain peak is located less than 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) west of the municipal border with Saltdal and about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) west of the border with Sweden.Show on map
HusøyaHusøya is a small island and the administrative centre of Træna municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is located just east of the island of Sanna in the Trænfjorden, about 20 kilometres (12 mi) northwest of Lovund and about 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) south of Selvær. The Træna Lighthouse lies south of the island. The island is only accessible by boat, and there is regular ferry service from Husøya to the island of Selvær and to Stokkvågen on the mainland. The annual Træna Music Festival is held here and on the neighboring island of Sanna.Show on map
HelligværHelligvær is an island group in the Vestfjorden in the municipality of Bodø in Nordland county, Norway. The islands are located about 25 kilometres (16 mi) northwest of the town of Bodø. The Bliksvær islands are about 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) to the south, Landegode island is 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) to the east, and Røst and Værøy islands around about 60 kilometres (37 mi) to the west.Show on map
SolværThe Solvær islands are a group of islands in the municipality of Lurøy in Nordland county, Norway. They are located between the island of Lovund to the west and Onøya to the east. The islands are located about a 90-minute ferry ride west of the mainland. Due to the Gulf Stream, the climate is mild, with little snow despite its northern location. Solvær has one of the highest densities of Eurasian eagle-owls in Europe.Show on map
Sju søstreDe syv søstre (The Seven Sisters) is a mountain range on the island of Alsten in Norway. The seven peaks are (northeast to southwest): \n* Botnkrona (1,072 m) \n* Grytfoten (1,019 m) \n* Skjæringen (1,037 m) \n* Tvillingene (\"the twins\") (945 m and 980 m) \n* Kvasstinden (1,010 m) \n* Breitinden (910 m) The range is popular with hikers and offers scenic views over the surrounding area. On clear days visitors can truly understand why the surroundings are called \"The kingdom of the thousand isles\" by the local populace.Show on map
SkrovøyaSkrova is an island group and village area in the municipality of Vågan in Nordland county, Norway. The Skrova island group is located in the Vestfjorden, south of the islands of Austvågøya, Lille Molla, and Store Molla. It lies about 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) south of the town of Svolvær and has a population of 237, according to data from 2005. The largest island in the group is Storskrova and the island of Heimskrova is where most of the population is located. Skrova Lighthouse is located in the southwestern part of the island ground. It was established in 1922 and not fully automated until 2005. There is also a meteorological weather station in the island group.Show on map
VestvågøyaVestvågøya or Vest-Vågøy is an island in the Lofoten archipelago in Nordland county, Norway. The islands is located within the municipality of Vestvågøy. The island lies between the islands of Austvågøya and Gimsøya to the northeast and Flakstadøya to the southwest. The European route E10 highway crosses the island connecting to Flakstadøya by the Nappstraum Tunnel and to Gimsøya by the Sundklakkstraumen Bridge.Show on map
LangøyaLangøya is the third largest island of Norway (except for Svalbard), with an area of 850.2 square kilometres (328.3 sq mi). The island is a part of the Vesterålen archipelago and is situated in Nordland county. The island includes the municipalities of Bø and Øksnes as well as parts of the municipalities of Sortland and Hadsel.Show on map
AustvågøyaAustvågøy or Austvågøya is the northeasternmost of the larger islands in the Lofoten archipelago in Nordland county, Norway. It is located between the Vestfjorden and the Norwegian Sea. The island of Vestvågøya lies to the southwest and the large island of Hinnøya to the northeast.Show on map
GimsøyaGimsøya is an island in Vågan municipality in Nordland county, Norway. Gimsøya is situated between the islands of Austvågøya and Vestvågøya in the Lofoten archipelago. The 46.4-square-kilometre (17.9 sq mi) island has a population (2001) of 207.Show on map
MeløyMeløya is an island in the municipality of Meløy in Nordland county, Norway. The island lies east of Bolga, north of Åmnøya, and west of Mesøya. The 21.8-square-kilometre (8.4 sq mi) island is only accessible by boat, and there are regular ferry connections to Bolga, Støtt, Vassdalsvik, and Ørnes.Show on map
SaltenSalten is a district in Nordland county in Norway. It includes the municipalities of Meløy, Gildeskål, Bodø, Beiarn, Saltdal, Fauske, Sørfold, Steigen and Hamarøy. Salten covers an area of about 11,250 square kilometres (4,340 sq mi) and has a population (2011) of about 78,680 people.Show on map
NasafjelletNasa Mountain (Swedish: Nasafjället, Norwegian: Nasafjellet, Lule Sami: Násávárre) is a 1,211-metre (3,973 ft) tall mountain that is situated on the border of Sweden and Norway. It is located near Arjeplog in Arjeplog Municipality in western Norrbotten County in Sweden and near Dunderland in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. There is a marker at the summit of the mountain denoting the border between the two countries. The mountain is best known for the Nasa silver mine. The mining area still has a number of old quarries, some ruins, and a cemetery. There is also a restored miners cottage from 1889 located on the site.Show on map
LønsdalenLønsdal is a village in the municipality of Saltdal in Nordland county, Norway. The village is located in the Lønsdal valley, along the Lønselva river. The European route E06 highway and the Nordlandsbanen railway line both pass through the village. The village also has a train station on the Nordlandsbanen line, about halfway between Dunderland Station and Røkland Station.Show on map
EngeløyaEngeløya is an island in the northern part of the municipality of Steigen in Nordland county, Norway. The island has an area of 69 square kilometres (27 sq mi). The highest point on the island is the 649-metre (2,129 ft) Trohornet mountain. The rocky, mountainous island has grassy slopes that are fertile and it has some of the better farmland in the municipality. Engeløya has is connected to the mainland by the Engeløy Bridges. The Engeløy Airport, Grådussan is located on the northwestern tip of the island. Steigen Church is located on the southwestern side of the island.Show on map
OkstindanOkstindan is a mountain range which lies in the inner Helgeland district in Nordland county, Norway. It is located within the municipality of Hemnes. The mountain Oksskolten is part of the Okstindan range, and it is the highest mountain in North Norway. Other mountains in the range include Okstinden, Okshornet, Vesttinden, and Bessedørtinden. Between these mountains lies the large glacier Okstindbreen. The Swedish border lies just to the east of the mountains.Show on map
VestvågøyaVestvågøy is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Lofoten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Leknes. Some of the villages in the municipality include Ballstad, Borg, Bøstad, Gravdal, Knutstad, Stamsund, Tangstad, and Valberg. With over 10,800 inhabitants, Vestvågøy is the most populous municipality in all of the Lofoten and Vesterålen regions in Nordland county.Show on map
HadseløyaHadseløya is an island in the municipality of Hadsel in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the Vesterålen region on the north side of the Hadselfjorden. The town of Stokmarknes is situated on the northern shore of the island and the village of Melbu is on the southern coast. The island has an area of 102 square kilometres (39 sq mi). The 657-metre (2,156 ft) tall mountain Lamlitind is the highest point on the island. Hadseløya is connected to the neighboring island of Langøya by the Hadsel Bridge. There is also a ferry connection from Melbu to Fiskebøl on Austvågøya island to the south.Show on map
OksskoltenOksskolten (lit. Bulls Head) is a mountain in the municipality of Hemnes in Nordland county, Norway. At 1,916-metre (6,286 ft) tall, it is the highest point in Nordland county, the highest in Nord-Norge, and has Norway's eighth largest primary factor. The mountain lies just south of the lake Gresvatnet in the Okstindan mountain range east of the village of Korgen and north of the lake Røssvatnet. The first recorded climb was by Peder Stordal in 1883. In order to get to the summit, climbers must cross the glacier to the north. The large Okstindbreen glacier lies to the west of the mountain.Show on map
SandhornøyaSandhornøya is a mountainous island in the municipality of Gildeskål in Nordland county, Norway. The 103-square-kilometre (40 sq mi) island is located south of the town of Bodø near the entrance to the Saltfjorden. The mainland of Norway lies to the east and the island of Sørarnøy lies to the west. The villages of Lekanger, Mårnes, and Våg are located on the island. The island is connected to the mainland by the Sandhornøy Bridge. Sandhornøy is also the birthplace of famous Norwegian professor and hymn writer, Elias Blix. A memorial monument of Blix can be seen by the coastline.Show on map
LandegodeLandegode is an island at the municipality of Bodø in Nordland county, Norway. The 30.3-square-kilometre (11.7 sq mi) island is located about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) northwest of the town of Bodø and about 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) east of the Helligvær islands. The highest point on the mountainous island is the 802-metre (2,631 ft) tall Rypdalstinden. Most of the islanders live in the southern village of Fenes. Landegode Church is also located in Fenes. Just off of the north end of the island, there are two lighthouses: Landegode Lighthouse and Bjørnøy Lighthouse.Show on map
HestmonaHestmona or Hestmannøy is an island on the border of the municipalities of Rødøy and Lurøy in Nordland county, Norway. The island of Nesøya lies to the west, Lurøya lies to the south, and the mainland at Tonnes lies to the east. The northern and eastern parts of the 13.6-square-kilometre (5.3 sq mi) island are flat and marshy. The Arctic Circle crosses the northern part of the island. There are ferry connections to the surrounding islands and to the mainland at Jektvika. The 571-metre (1,873 ft) tall mountain Hestmonkallen is located in the southwest.Show on map
AldraAldra is an island in the municipality of Lurøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located just off the mainland coast, north of the village of Haugland and west of Brattland. The island is separated from the mainland by the Aldersundet. The islands of Stigen and Lurøya lie to the west. The village of Aldra lies on the southeastern side of the island. Aldra island is used as a VLF-transmission site. An antenna, spanning the fjord to Brattland, was used as part of the OMEGA Navigation System until 1997. That antenna was dismantled in 2002.Show on map
LøktaLøkta is an island in the municipality of Dønna in Nordland county, Norway. The 17.4-square-kilometre (6.7 sq mi) island is located between the islands of Dønna and Hugla, at the entrance to the Ranfjorden. The village of Sandåker is located on the southern part of the island, just west of the 238-metre (781 ft) tall Sandåkerfjellet. Løkta Church is located on the island. Historically, the western part of the island was a part of Dønnes and the eastern part belonged to Nesna, but in 1962 all of the island became a part of Dønna.Show on map
DieldasuoloTjeldøya (Northern Sami: Dielddasuolu) is an island in Nordland county, Norway. The 187-square-kilometre (72 sq mi) island is located entirely in Tjeldsund municipality. North and west of the island is the Tjeldsundet strait which separates it from the large island of Hinnøya; south of the island is the Ofotfjorden; and east of the island lies the Ramsundet strait which separates it from the mainland of Norway. Tjeldøya is connected to the mainland by the Ramsund Bridge, about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) south of the village of Hol.Show on map
HandnesøyaHandnesøya is an island in the municipality of Nesna in Nordland county, Norway. The 34.4-square-kilometre (13.3 sq mi) island lies between the islands of Tomma and Hugla and the mainland, along the Sjona fjord. The mountainous island has a very narrow flat area on the east and west sides where the island's residents live. There is a ferry connection to Nesna and Tomma from the village of Handnesneset on the southern tip of the island. Handnesøya Chapel is located in the village of Saura on the western side of the island.Show on map
ØlfjelletØlfjellet (Lule Sami: Uvbágájsse) is the highest mountain in the Saltfjellet mountain range in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the municipality of Saltdal roughly halfway between the lakes Nordre Bjøllåvatnet and Kjemåvatnet. The village of Lønsdal lies about 1.6 kilometres (0.99 mi) southeast of the mountain. The mountain has two peaks, the highest being 1,751 metres (5,745 ft). Approximately 1.5 kilometres (0.93 mi) north of the highest peak is the other peak with height of 1,651 metres (5,417 ft).Show on map
BjørnfjelletBjørnfjell (Northern Sami: Bonjovárri) is a mountain and village of holiday cottage area in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county, Norway. It's located along the Ofotbanen railway line and the European route E10 highway, west of the border with Sweden. There is a railway station and the Bjørnfjell Chapel as well as many cabins and homes in the area. The name Bjørnfjell for short may often refer to the Bjørnfjell Railway Station. The area is a popular vacation spot for residents of Narvik.Show on map
TjøttaTjøtta is an island in the municipality of Alstahaug in Nordland county, Norway. The 11.3-square-kilometre (4.4 sq mi) island lies at the entrance to the Vefsnfjorden, just south of the island of Alsta. The U-shaped island is relatively flat, and the highest point is the 77-metre (253 ft) tall Kalvberghaugen, just east of the village of Tjøtta. The island has two main villages on it: Tjøtta and Svinnes. The Norwegian County Road 17 crosses the island and it connects it to Alsta by two causeways.Show on map
HusværHusvær is an island group in the municipality of Herøy in Nordland county, Norway. The islands are located about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) southwest of the municipal center of Silvalen. The Sandværet islands lie about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) west of Husvær. The islands have one main road connecting several of the populated islands together with a ferry link at the eastern end. The main populated islands are Husvær, Prestøya, and Brasøya. Husvær Chapel offers several worship services each year.Show on map
MollaStormolla or Store Molla is an island in the municipality of Vågan in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in the Lofoten islands, south of Austvågøya and Hinnøya and northeast of Lille Molla and Skrova. The 35.3-square-kilometre (13.6 sq mi) island has a ferry connection from the northern tip of the island to the village of Digermulen on the neighboring island of Hinnøya. Most of the 55 residents (2005) live in the small fishing village of Brettesnes on the southern tip of the island.Show on map
StraumøyaStraumøya is an island in the municipality of Bodø in Nordland county, Norway. The 29.7-square-kilometre (11.5 sq mi) island is located on the south side of the Saltfjorden, just east of the Saltstraumen strait. The island is connected to the mainland by the Indre Sunnan Bridge and to the nearby Knaplundsøya island by the Saltstraumen Bridge, both bridges are a part of Norwegian County Road 17. Places there include Seinesodden naturreservat and Seines and its associated surfing spot.Show on map
HulløyaHulløya (Lule Sami: Ulli) is an island in the municipality of Tysfjord in Nordland county, Norway. The island is located in the Tysfjorden, southwest of the village of Kjøpsvik. The island has an area of 22.1 square kilometres (8.5 sq mi) and the highest point is the 675-metre (2,215 ft) tall Veten. Hulløya had four inhabitants in 2001. An express boat service connects Kjøpsvik (on the mainland) with Hulløyhamn (on Hulløya) and other villages in the fjord several times per week.Show on map
SvolværgeitaSvolværgeita (Northern Sami: Spålla) is a 150-metre (490 ft) tall pinnacle at the southwest face of Fløyfjellet on the island of Austvågøya in the Lofoten archipelago. The 569-metre (1,867 ft) high Fløyfjellet is located on the edge of the town of Svolvær in the municipality of Vågan in Nordland county, Norway. The first recorded time a climber reached the summit of Svolværgeita was on 1 August 1910 by Ferdinand Schjelderup, Alf Bonnevie Bryn and Carl Wilhelm Rubenson.Show on map
MoskenMosken is a small uninhabited rocky island in the municipality of Værøy in Nordland county, Norway. The 1.5-square-kilometre (0.58 sq mi) island is located in the Lofoten archipelago about halfway between the islands of Værøy to the south and Moskenesøy to the north. The Moskenstraumen maelstrom—one of the most powerful in the world—is located on the north side of Mosken. Historically, the island was used for grazing sheep in both the summer and the winter.Show on map
LitlmollaLille Molla or Litlmolla is an island in the municipality of Vågan in Nordland county, Norway. The island lies east of Svolvær in the Vestfjorden. The island is located south of the large island of Austvågøya and Store Molla and northeast of Skrova. It has an area of about 10 square kilometres (3.9 sq mi). The highest point on the island is the 543-metre (1,781 ft) tall Nonstinden. The island was formerly inhabited, but has long since been abandoned.Show on map
SelværSelvær is an island and fishing village in the municipality of Træna in Nordland county, Norway. It is located about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) northeast of the main island of Husøya and about 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) west of Nesøya. The 70 or so residents make their living by fishing or fishing-related fields. Historically, there was also some farming done on the island. The only access to Selvær is by a public ferry from Husøya or by personal boats.Show on map
MesøyaMesøya or Mesøy is an island in the municipality of Meløy in Nordland county, Norway. The island is located southwest of the village of Ørnes on the mainland and east of the island of Meløya. The island sits at the mouth of the Glomfjorden. Mesøya is only accessible by boat, and it has no regular ferry service. Mesøya has an area of 8 square kilometres (3.1 sq mi) and the highest point on the island is the 364-metre (1,194 ft) tall Mesøytoppen.Show on map
SkogsøySkogsøya is an island in the municipality of Øksnes in Nordland county, Norway. The island lies off the west coast of the large island of Langøya, just 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) west of the village of Myre. Most of the population lives along the southern coast of the island, where the historic Øksnes Church is located. The administration for Øksnes was historically located on this island, but it was moved to Myre on the main island of Langøya.Show on map
LitløyaLitløya (meaning \"Little Island\") is a small island in the municipality of Bø in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the Vesterålen archipelago, about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) southwest of the village of Bø on the coast of Langøya island. The 0.67-square-kilometre (0.26 sq mi) island is best known for the Litløy Lighthouse located on the western part of the island. Its highest point is the 103-metre (338 ft) tall «Litløytinden».Show on map
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TorghattenTorghatten is a granite mountain on Torget island in Brønnøy municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is known for its characteristic hole, or natural tunnel, through its center. It is possible to walk up to the tunnel on a well-prepared path, and through it on a natural path. On 6 May 1988, Widerøe Flight 710 from Namsos to Brønnøysund crashed into the side of the mountain, and all the 36 passengers and crew died.Show on map
MøysalenMøysalen is a mountain that is located on the border of the municipalities of Sortland and Lødingen in Nordland county, Norway. At 1,262 metres (4,140 ft) tall, it is the highest mountain on the island of Hinnøya and the second highest mountain on any island in Norway. The mountain is located within Møysalen National Park, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) straight east of Hennes and Kaljord in Hadsel municipality.Show on map
RødøyaRødøya is an island in the municipality of Rødøy in Nordland county, Norway. It lies just north of Gjerdøya and west of the mainland. The 8.5-square-kilometre (3.3 sq mi) island is located just west of the mouth of the Tjongsfjorden. There are ferry connections from the village of Rødøy to Jektvika on the mainland and to Gjerdøya. Rødøy Church is located in the village of Rødøy on the south side of the island.Show on map
StetindenStetind or Stetinden (Lule Sami: Stádda) is a mountain in the municipality of Tysfjord in Nordland county, Norway. It is located about 15 kilometres (9 mi) northeast of the village of Kjøpsvik. The mountain has very smooth sides reaching all the way to the fjord. Stetind has an obelisk-shape which gives it a very distinct look. In 2002 it was voted to be the \"National Mountain\" of Norway by listeners of NRK.Show on map
SandværSandværet is an island group in the municipality of Herøy in Nordland county, Norway. The islands are located about 17 kilometres (11 mi) southwest of the municipal center of Silvalen and about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) west of Husvær. The main populated islands in the group include Nordøya, Innerøya, Ytterøya, Langøya, and Gråøya. Sandvær Chapel serves the islands and has several worship services each year.Show on map
LurøyLurøya is an island in the municipality of Lurøy in Nordland county, Norway. The 14-square-kilometre (5.4 sq mi) island is located just west of the island of Stigen and just north of the island of Onøya. Lurøya has a bridge connection to Onøya. The village of Lurøy is located on Lurøya, and that is the administrative centre of the municipality. Lurøy Church is located on the southwest side of the island.Show on map
ÅmnøyaÅmnøya is an island in the municipality of Meløy in Nordland county, Norway. The island lies west of the mainland, east of Bolga, and south of Meløya. The island is connected to the mainland by a series of small bridges over several small islands between Åmnøya and the village of Engavågen on the mainland. The island is very mountainous, the highest of which is the 648-metre (2,126 ft) Risnestinden.Show on map
LukttindenLukttinden is a 1,343-metre (4,406 ft) tall mountain in the municipality of Vefsn in Nordland county, Norway. The mountain lies between the towns of Mo i Rana and Mosjøen, directly east of the lake Ømmervatnet and directly south of the lake Luktvatnet. The better-known Okstindene is located just to the east, although Lukttinden is well known for its glacier and for having easier hiking conditions.Show on map
LofotenLofoten (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈluːfuːtən]) is an archipelago and a traditional district in the county of Nordland, Norway. Lofoten is known for a distinctive scenery with dramatic mountains and peaks, open sea and sheltered bays, beaches and untouched lands. Though lying within the Arctic Circle, the archipelago experiences one of the world's largest elevated temperature anomalies relative to its high latitude.Show on map
VandvedVandve or Vandved is an island in the municipality of Dønna in Nordland county, Norway. The 5.8-square-kilometre (2.2 sq mi) flat island lies about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) west of the island of Dønna and about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) south of the Åsvær islands. In 2001, there were about 60 residents of the island, with boat connections to Dønna. Vandve Church is located on the island.Show on map
SannaSanna (sometimes Sanda) is an island and village area in the municipality of Træna in Nordland county, Norway. The island is located less than 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) west of the main island of Husøya. The 3-kilometre (1.9 mi) island has 5 characteristic mountaintops, the highest is the 338-metre (1,109 ft) tall Trænstaven. The Traena Music Festival is held on this island each year.Show on map
VegaVegaøyan (Norwegian), or the Vega Archipelago (English), is a group of islands in the Norwegian Sea corresponding roughly to the municipality of Vega. Since 2004, it has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This cluster of around 6,500 small islands in Nordland county, just south of the Arctic circle, surrounds the main island of Vega and has been inhabited since the Stone Age.Show on map
ÅsværÅsvær is a small group of islands lying on the Arctic Circle in the municipality of Dønna in Nordland county, Norway. The islands lie on the south side of the Nordåsværfjord, about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) south of Lovund and 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) northwest of the island of Dønna. The Åsvær Lighthouse was built here in 1876. The islands are noted for their herring fishery.Show on map
YlvingenYlvingen is an island in the municipality of Vega in Nordland county, Norway. It has less than 60 residents inhabiting an area of 7.6 square kilometres (2.9 sq mi). The island is connected by fast ferry to the mainland towns of Brønnøysund and Sandnessjøen, and to the main island of Vega and the mainland by car ferry, all operated by Torghatten Trafikkselskap.Show on map
TommaTomma is an island in the municipality of Nesna in Nordland county, Norway. The 47.3-square-kilometre (18.3 sq mi) island sits to the west of the islands of Handnesøya and Hugla. The island is at the southern entrance to the Sjona fjord. The main settlement on this island is the village of Husby, where the old Husby Estate and the Husby Chapel are located.Show on map
RøvassdalenRøvassdalen is a valley in the municipality of Rana in Nordland, Norway. The upper part of the valley is located within the Saltfjellet–Svartisen National Park. The river of Røvassåga flows through the valley, joins with Blakkåga and Svartisåga and further down with Langvassåga. The karst caves Setergrotta and Grønligrotta are located in the valley.Show on map
HuglaHugla is an island in the municipality of Nesna in Nordland county, Norway. The 17.9-square-kilometre (6.9 sq mi) island lies south of Tomma and Handnesøya, west of the mainland of Nesna, east of the island of Løkta, and north of the Ranfjorden. The residents of the island live mostly on the eastern coast, across the fjord from Nesna village.Show on map
BarøyaBarøya is an island in the municipality of Ballangen in Nordland county, Norway. The 13-square-kilometre (5.0 sq mi) island is located in the Ofotfjorden near the entrance to the Efjorden. The village of Lødingen lies 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) north of the island. Barøy Lighthouse is located on the northwestern part of the island.Show on map
SnøkollaSnøkolla or Snykolla is the highest mountain on the island of Langøya (the third largest island on the mainland of Norway). The mountain is located in the municipality of Øksnes in Nordland county. The 763-metre (2,503 ft) tall mountain sits about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) southeast of the village of Myre.Show on map
NesøyaNesøya is an island on the border of the municipalities of Rødøy and Lurøy in Nordland county, Norway. The island lies to the west of the island Hestmona. The 254-metre (833 ft) tall Nordfjellet mountain is the highest point on the island. The Arctic Circle passes just south of the island.Show on map
GrønnfjelldalenGrønfjelldalen is a valley in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. It is a side valley off of the main Dunderlandsdalen valley. The river Grønfjellåga runs from the lake Kallvatnet down through the valley, flowing into the main river Ranelva near Grønnfjelldal Station.Show on map
BlokktindenBlokktinden or Blokktind is a mountain in the municipality of Rødøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located on the southern side of Tjongsfjorden, across from the village of Tjong. The summit has a good view of the Svartisen glacier and the coastal islands.Show on map
KvasstindenKvasstinden is the highest mountain on the island of Andøya in the Vesterålen archipelago in northern Norway. It is located in the southern part of the municipality of Andøy in Nordland county. The mountain is 705 metres (2,313 ft) tall.Show on map
GjerdøyaGjerøy or Gjerdøya is an island in the municipality of Rødøy in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in a group of islands. It is south of Rødøya, north of Rangsundøya, and west of Renga. The main village on the island is Gjerøy.Show on map
StortindenStortinden is a mountain in Albert I Land at Spitsbergen, Svalbard. It has a height of 1010 m.a.s.l. and is the highest peak at the peninsula of Vasahalvøya. It is located between the fjord Ayerfjorden and the glacier Svitjodbreen.Show on map
FlakstadøyFlakstadøya is an island in the Lofoten archipelago in Nordland county, Norway. It is located in Flakstad municipality with the Vestfjorden on the east side of the island and the Norwegian Sea on the west side of the island.Show on map
MoskenesøyaMoskenesøya (lit. Moskenes Island) is an island at the southern end of the Lofoten archipelago in Nordland county, Norway. The 186-square-kilometre (72 sq mi) island is located in the municipalities of Moskenes and Flakstad.Show on map
SaltfjelletSaltfjellet is a mountain area in Nordland county, Norway that separates the two regions of Helgeland and Salten. It is also a cultural border between the Southern and Central parts of Sápmi.Show on map
RøstRøst is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Lofoten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Røstlandet.Show on map
SuliskongenSuliskongen is a mountain in the municipality of Fauske in Nordland, Norway. The mountain has a height of 1,908 m.a.s.l., and is the second highest mountain in Northern Norway.Show on map
StorsteinsfjelletStorsteinsfjell is a mountain of Buskerud, in southern Norway.Show on map
StorbrenthaugenBrennhaugen is a mountain of Akershus, Norway.Show on map
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