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Lyngdal Church () is a parish church in Lyngdal municipality in Vest-Agder county, Norway. It is located in the town of Lyngdal. The church is part of the Lyngdal parish in the Lister deanery in the Diocese of Agder og Telemark. The white, wooden church was built in 1848 by the architect Gabriel Kirsebom Kielland. The church seats about 1400 people.
Lyngdal Idrettslag is the local sports club for Lyngdal. The club is Ingvild Stensland, former captain of the Norway women's national football team, youth-club.
On the local level she was the mayor of Lyngdal since 2007-2013. She was first elected to Lyngdal municipal council in 2003, and served as deputy mayor.
Lyngdal is a coastal municipality that and borders Lindesnes municipality to the southeast, Audnedal to the northeast, Hægebostad to the north, and Kvinesdal and Farsund to the west. Lyngdal municipality includes the southern portion of the Lyngdalen valley which follows the river Lygna to the Lyngdalsfjorden in the south. The Lenesfjorden, Grønsfjorden, and Rosfjorden also are located in the southern part of Lyngdal.
The municipality of Kvås was established on 1 January 1909 when the old municipality of Lyngdal was divided into three new municipalities: Austad, Lyngdal, and Kvås (population: 736). On 1 January 1963, Austad (population: 608) and Kvås (population: 493) were re-incorporated into the municipality of Lyngdal along with the Gitlevåg area of the neighboring municipality of Spangereid.
The parish of "Aa" was established as the municipality of Lyngdal on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). On 1 January 1909, the municipality was split into three: Austad in the south (population: 1,263), Kvås in the north (population: 736) and Lyngdal in the central area (population: 2,698). During the 1960s, there were many municipal mergers across Norway due to the work of the Schei Committee. On 1 January 1964, the municipalities of Austad (population: 608), Kvås (population: 493), Lyngdal (population: 2,916) as well as the Gitlevåg area (population: 103) in Spangereid municipality, west of Lenesfjorden, were all merged together to form one large municipality of Lyngdal. On 1 January 1971, the Ytre Skarstein and Indre Skarstein areas of Lyngdal (population: 21) was transferred to the neighboring municipality of Farsund. On 1 January 2001, the municipality of Lyngdal declared that the municipal centre of Alleen would be a town called "Lyngdal".
The municipality is divided into the parishes Flesberg, Lyngdal, and Svene. Most of the population lives in the four villages of Svene, Lampeland, Flesberg, and Lyngdal. The municipal area is .
Lyngdal Idrettslag takes part in football, handball, volleyball, basketball, orienteering, athletics, and other sports.
Odd Grenland got to the final by beating Åssiden, Lyngdal, Bærum, Start, Strømsgodset and Stabæk.
After previously playing for the club Lyngdal, he came to Start in 2014.
Ryerson signed for Viking from Lyngdal IL in the summer of 2013.
Even before the merger of the municipalities in 1964, the parishes of Austad and Kvås, together with Å (or "Aa" - Lyngdal proper), made up the greater Lyngdal parish. A census from 1801 showed 3529 inhabitants in the area that today makes up Lyngdal: 1850 in Å, 929 in Austad, 585 in Kvås and 165 in the eastern part of Spangereid. The number today is approximately 8000 inhabitants.
Austad is a village in Lyngdal municipality in Vest-Agder county, Norway. The village is located in the southern part of Lyngdal, about south of the town of Lyngdal and the village of Korshamn. The village is on the eastern shore of the Rosfjorden. Austad Church is located in the center of the village. The village was the administrative centre of the old municipality of Austad which existed from 1909 until 1963.
Our Own Oslo () is a 2011 Icelandic comedy film directed by Reynir Lyngdal.
Strandberg was born in Lyngdal and played for Lyngdal IL until he moved to Mandalskameratene in 2006 where he made his debut for the senior team at the age of 15. He played three seasons for Mandalskameratene, and made eight appearances in the First Division when the club had a spell in the second-tier league in 2007.
Hæåk is a very small farming village in Lyngdal municipality in Vest-Agder county, Norway. The village is located about northwest of the town of Lyngdal. Originally, the farm was not accessible by road, and only a few farmers lived there. However, in 1987 a steep road leading down to Hæåk was built, and it has since become a popular place for bicycling enthusiasts.
Lyngdal Church lies in the northern part of the town. The European route E39 highway and County Road 43 both pass through the town. It previously had an annual cattle auction. Alleen is the site of the largest primary and secondary schools in Lyngdal. The town has a population (2015) of 4,901. This gives the town a population density of .
Skomrak is a village in Lyngdal municipality in Vest-Agder county, Norway. The village is located near the northern end of the Rosfjorden, about south of the town of Lyngdal. The village of Svenevik lies about straight west across the fjord.
Snartemo is the only railway station in Hægebostad, and is the closest railway stations for the municipalities of Hægebostad, Lyngdal and Farsund. Agder Kollektivtrafikk operates a feeder service from Farsund and Lyngdal in connection with train services. There is a similar service northwards to Eiken. The routes must be ordered two hours in advance.
Hægebostad is an inland municipality, with Åseral municipality to the northeast, Kvinesdal to the west, Lyngdal to the south, and Audnedal to the east. The municipality covers the upper Lyngdalen valley from the mountains in the north, along the river Lygna to Lyngdal municipality in the south. The lake Lygne lies in the central part of the municipality.