Synonyms for malvik or Related words with malvik

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Examples of "malvik"
Malvik Idrettslag is a Norwegian multi-sports club from Malvik, Sør-Trøndelag. It has sections for association football, team handball, athletics, orienteering, Nordic skiing, swimming, cycling and canoeing.
While "Malvik" refers to the municipality as a whole, it also refers to the village of Malvik. Situated between Hommelvik and Vikhammer, this village is the original centre of the municipality, and is where the historic Malvik Church is located. The urban area of the municipality is and it has a population of 6,554. The population density is .
Malvik Church () is a parish church in the municipality of Malvik in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. It is located in the village of Malvik. The wooden church building was built in 1846 and consecrated on 18 November 1846 by the Bishop Hans Riddervold. It is the fourth building to house the church since 1449. The church has a capacity of 700.
The municipality of Malvik was established in 1891 when it was separated from Strinda. On 1 January 1914, a small area of Lånke (population: 38) was transferred to Malvik. On 1 July 1953, a small area of Malvik (population: 37) was transferred to Strinda.
Malvik is just to the east of Trondheim, by far the largest town in the region (and one of Norway's largest). Many people in Malvik have their place of employment in Trondheim, though there is some local industry in Malvik itself.
Vikhammer is a village in the municipality of Malvik in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. The village is located along an arm of the Trondheimsfjord, about east of Hundhammeren and about west of the village of Malvik. All three villages are part of the greater Malvik urban area which has a population (2009) of 6,033. It is part of the most populous area in the municipality.
On the local level he was a member of Malvik municipality council from 1955 to 1967.
Roald Åsmund Bye (7 November 1928 in Malvik – 15 April 2003) was a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party.
Hundhammeren is a village in the municipality of Malvik in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. The village is located along an arm of the Trondheimsfjord, about west of Vikhammer and about east of Ranheim. Hundhammeren, Vikhammer, and the village of Malvik together form an urban area which has a population (2009) of 6,033. It is part of the most populous area in the municipality.
She was born in Malvik. After finishing her secondary education in 1963, she graduated from a teachers' college in 1965 and started working as a teacher in her native Malvik. After one year in Vikhammer she was hired at Hommelvik School in 1966, advancing to inspector in 1976 and principal from 1981 to 1988.
Malvik is a village and a municipality in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. It is part of the Trondheim Region. The administrative center of the municipality is the village of Hommelvik. Other villages in Malvik include Muruvika, Smiskaret, Sneisen, Vikhammer, and Hundhammeren.
A club named Malvik IL was formed on 22 January 1933; the official founding date became 1 February. The club was a member of the Arbeidernes Idrettsforbund. After the occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany, during which the club was dormant, the club merged with "IL Vidar", founded 7 November 1939. The club also got an influx of members from the club "Malvik TIF", which had gone completely defunct during the occupation. The name Vidar was chosen as the club's name. However the Confederation of Sports (which had absorbed "Arbeidernes Idrettsforbund") refused the name Vidar, and Malvik IL was chosen instead.
The northern part of Malvik lies along the Trondheimsfjord, and it is along this coastal section that the vast majority of the population lives, and where schools, and places of employment are located. The municipal center is Hommelvik, situated about east of Trondheim, and it has long been the main population area in Malvik. In the last few decades the area around Vikhammer and Hundhammeren (about to the west) has grown larger than Hommelvik. The area has many new housing areas, businesses, and shopping. Collectively, the new area is referred to as the Malvik urban area.
In the southeastern part of Malvik there is the Jøsås exclaves. Three farmsteads, "Øvre Jøsås", "Store Jøsås", and "Lille Jøsås" belonging to Malvik municipality in Sør-Trøndelag county are exclaved inside Stjørdal municipality in Nord-Trøndelag county in two different exclaves. "Øvre Jøsås" and "Store Jøsås" are located in one exclave (the western one) while "Lille Jøsås" is making another exclave (the eastern one). The exclaves only have road access to Malvik municipality even though they are inside Stjørdal's borders. The distance between the two exclaves is very small, only about at the nearest.
To the east of Malvik is the municipality of Stjørdal (in Nord-Trøndelag county), which includes Trondheim Airport, Værnes. The airport has frequent connections to many locations in Norway, and a growing range of direct air links abroad (currently including London, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Prague). The proximity of this airport means that Malvik, though a small community in a relatively isolated location, has rather good transport connections very close at hand. The European route E6 highway runs through Malvik and it has several tunnels, the longest of which is the Hell Tunnel.
The Church of Norway has two parishes "(sokn)" within the municipality of Malvik. It is part of the Deanery ("prosti") of Stjørdal and the Diocese of Nidaros.
The Nordland Line runs from Trondheim to Bodø (further north in Norway) and the Meråker Line runs east to Sweden. The railroad winds its way along the coast of the Trondheimsfjord in Malvik, and is a very scenic and pleasant journey. Malvik has two railway stations: Vikhammer Station and Hommelvik Station. The Gevingåsen Tunnel is being built to shorten the rail trip from Trondheim to Stjørdal. A side effect of this is that the scenic attractiveness of the trip will be somewhat reduced, as part of the section along the fjord will no longer form part of the trip. The railway junction where the line splits for Bodø or Sweden is just to the east of Malvik, at a small settlement called Hell. The station is well known to railway enthusiasts from its odd name (for English language speakers). It is indeed possible, in Malvik, to purchase "a single ticket to Hell" or a return "to Hell and back".
Kvidal finished her career as director of education in Malvik municipality from 1994 to 2005. In 2006 she was given the King's Medal of Merit in gold.
The church is part of the parish of Malvik which is part of the Stjørdal deanery in the Diocese of Nidaros.
Hommelvik Station is a railway station located in the village of Hommelvik in the municipality of Malvik in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. It is east of Trondheim.