Synonyms for melhus or Related words with melhus

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Examples of "melhus"
Melhus Sparebank is a Norwegian savings bank, headquartered in Melhus, Norway. The bank’s main market is
Melhus Energi is a defunct power company that operated hydro electric power plants and the power grid in Melhus, Norway. Until it merged with TrønderEnergi in 2001 it was owned entirely by the municipality of Melhus.
The Dovre Line also follows the river through Melhus. The following stations are located along the railway line in Melhus: Melhus Station, Kvål Station, Ler Station, Lundamo Station, and Hovin Station.
The coat of arms of Melhus municipality in Sør-Trøndelag county shows an archer, symbolizing the famous chief and archer from Melhus, Einar Thambarskelfir.
Melhus Idrettslag is a Norwegian sports club from Melhus, Sør-Trøndelag. It has sections for association football, team handball, volleyball, orienteering, Nordic skiing, weightlifting and powerlifting.
After the 2012 season, the football teams of Melhus IL and Tiller IL decided to field one cooperative team in the 3. Divisjon. The team was known as Melhus/Tiller during the 2013 season, in which they won promotion to the 2. Divisjon. The club played its matches at Melhus' ground. Ahead of the 2014 season, the cooperation evolved into an own club which was named Rødde FK, named after a folk high school located between Melhus and Tiller.
Melhus Station () is a railway station in the village of Melhus in the municipality of Melhus in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. The station is located on the Dovre Line, about south of Trondheim Central Station "(Trondheim S)" and about north of Oslo Central Station "(Oslo S)". The station sits at an elevation of above sea level. It is served by local trains to Røros Station. The station was opened 1993 and is somewhat south of the old station in Melhus.
Melhus was the site of many important events during the Viking Era. It was the site of the farm Rimul in Melhus at which Jarl Haakon was killed by his slave, Tormod Kark. Jarlshola is the location in Melhus thought to have been the hiding place of Jarl Haakon and Tormod Kark on their last night before the infamous murder at Rimul.
The municipality of "Høilandet" (later changed to "Hølonda") was established in 1865 when it was separated from the old municipality of Melhus. The new municipality had an initial population of 1,818. On 1 January 1964, Hølonda was merged with Horg, Flå, Melhus, and part of Buvik to form a new, larger municipality of Melhus. Prior to the merger Hølonda had a population of 1,428.
Malmsjøen is a lake in the municipality of Skaun in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. It is located about southeast of the village of Skaun, about north of Korsvegen (in Melhus), and about southwest of the village of Melhus.
Agriculture is important in Melhus, and the extensive lowland areas in the almost flat valley surrounding the Gaula River are dominated by grain fields. Many inhabitants work in the city of Trondheim, a 20-minute drive north from Melhus.
Melhus is a village and municipality in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. It is part of the Gauldalen region. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Melhus. Other villages include Gimse, Gåsbakken, Hovin, Korsvegen, Kvål, Ler, and Lundamo.
Melhus Church (), also known as "the Gauldal Cathedral", is a large stone Protestant church in Melhus municipality, Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. It was built in 1892, after the older (medieval) church building was demolished. The churchyard contains a cemetery.
On the local level he has been a member of Melhus municipality council.
Øysand is a hamlet in the northwestern part of Melhus in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway.
Bjørn Melhus has been living and working in Berlin since 1987.
Melhus was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). In 1865, the western district of Høilandet (population: 1,818) was separated from Melhus to form a separate municipality. Then on 1880, the eastern district of Flå (population: 614) was separated to form its own municipality. On 1 January 1964, Melhus (population: 3,978) was merged with Hølonda (population: 1,428), Flå (population: 843), Horg (population: 2,560), and the small "Langørgen" farm area in Buvik (population: 11) to form a new, larger municipality of Melhus.
The municipality of "Flaa" was established in 1880 when the old municipality of Melhus was divided into two. The new municipality had an initial population of 614. The spelling was later changed to "Flå". On 1 January 1964, Flå was merged with Horg, Hølonda, Melhus, and part of Buvik to form a new, larger municipality of Melhus. Prior to the merger Flå had a population of 843.
Since 2003 Bjørn Melhus has been a professor for Fine Arts and Virtual Realities at the Kunsthochschule Kassel, Germany.
Kjell Edvard Helland (born 29 May 1940 in Melhus) is a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party.