Synonyms for orkdal or Related words with orkdal

surnadal              melhus              volda              ringsaker              evje              sykkylven              skaun              drangedal              malvik              verdal              kvinesdal              ytre              levanger              vennesla              gauldal              orkanger              tynset              rennebu              sunndal              oppdal              hattfjelldal              lyngdal              porsgrunn              songdalen              ringebu              leikanger              stryn              overhalla              rindal              skedsmo              hornnes              namdalseid              nedre              nordreisa              sunnhordland              eiker              tingvoll              midtre              farsund              romerike              hadsel              balsfjord              bamble              etne              leksvik              sortland              stranda              lillesand              troms              alstahaug             



Examples of "orkdal"
Orkdal was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). On 1 July 1920, the port of Orkanger (population: 1,715) and the southern district of Orkland (population: 1,760) were separated from Orkdal to form separate municipalities. On 1 January 1963, the municipalities of Orkanger, Orkland, and Geitastrand were merged with Orkdal to form a new, larger municipality of Orkdal.
Orkdal Church () is a parish church in the municipality of Orkdal in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. The church is located in Fannrem, about south of Orkanger. The church is part of the Orkdal parish in the Orkdal deanery in the Diocese of Nidaros.
The Church of Norway has four parishes "(sokn)" within the municipality of Orkdal. It is part of the deanery ("prosti") of Orkdal and the diocese of Nidaros.
The new road to Orkdal was recently completed, shortening the driving time between Trondheim and Orkanger with some 15 minutes, adding Orkdal to the region.
The municipality of Orkland was originally a part of the municipality of Orkdal (see formannskapsdistrikt), but on 1 July 1920 it was separated from Orkdal to form a new municipality of its own. Initially, it had a population of 1,760. On 1 January 1963, the municipalities of Orkland, Orkanger, Orkdal, and Geitastrand were merged to form a new, larger municipality of Orkdal. Prior to the merger, Orkland had a population of 1,707.
Moe Church () is a parish church in the municipality of Orkdal in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. The church is located in Vormstad, about south of Orkanger. The church is part of the Orkdal parish in the Orkdal deanery in the Diocese of Nidaros.
Fannrem was the administrative centre of the old Orkdal municipality until 1 January 1963, when the municipalities of Orkanger, Orkland, and Geitastrand were merged into Orkdal. At that time Orkanger became the municipal center.
Svorksjøen is a lake on the border of the municipalities of Melhus, Meldal and Orkdal in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. The lake lies about east of the village of Svorkmo in Orkdal.
Wormdal lived in Orkdal during his footballing career, commuting twice a week to Trondheim. After retirement, he chose to not play at lower levels and retired completely from football. Wormdal runs a plant nursery in Orkdal along with his brother.
Jorodd Asphjell (born 17 July 1960 in Orkdal) is a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party.
Christian Meyer (born 22 October 1977 in Orkdal) is a retired Norwegian ski jumper.
The church is part of the Børsa parish in the Orkdal deanery in the Diocese of Nidaros.
The church is part of the Frøya parish in the Orkdal deanery in the Diocese of Nidaros.
The church is part of the Buvik parish in the Orkdal deanery in the Diocese of Nidaros.
Svorkmo Power Station is a hydroelectric power station located in Svorkmo in the municipality of Orkdal in Sør-Trøndelag, Norway.
Orkanger is a city and a former municipality in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. It is located in the present-day municipality of Orkdal at the end of the Orkdalsfjorden, and arm of the Trondheimsfjord. Orkanger is the administrative and commercial centre of the municipality of Orkdal. Orkanger Church is located here.
The river originates in the lake Orkelsjøen in the municipality of Oppdal. The river runs through the municipalities of Oppdal, Tynset, Rennebu, Meldal, and Orkdal. The municipalities are all in Sør-Trøndelag county, except for Tynset which is in Hedmark county. Major villages along the river include: Orkanger, Fannrem, Vormstad, Svorkmo (in Orkdal); Storås, Meldal, Å (in Meldal); and Rennebu and Berkåk (in Rennebu).
The main facility is St. Olav's University Hospital, situated at Øya in Trondheim. The trust operates two other somatic facilities, Orkdal Hospital and Hysnes Rehabilitation Centre. In addition to the psychiatric clinic at St. Olav's, the trust operates two psychiatric hospitals, Østmarka Hospital and Brøset Hospital. It also operates district psychiatric centers in Nidaros, Orkdal and Tiller.
The wooden church (originally called "Orkedalsorens kirke") was built in 1892, and it was consecrated on 28 April 1892 by the dean, Brodahl. The architect who designed the church was Christian Thams. The church is part of the Orkdal parish in the Orkdal deanery in the Diocese of Nidaros.
Våvatnet is a lake on the border of the municipalities of Snillfjord and Orkdal in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. The lake was dammed in 1910 and is used as the main reservoir for the municipality of Orkdal. The water flows into the lake Songsjøen and then into the lake Gagnåsvatnet.