Synonyms for salangen or Related words with salangen

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Examples of "salangen"
On 1 January 1964, the municipality of Lavangen (population: 1,677) was merged into Salangen. The new, larger Salangen then had a population of 4,288.
Salangen was established on 1 January 1871 when it was separated from the municipality of Ibestad. The initial population of Salangen was 1,384.
On 1 January 1977, however, the Lavangen district (except for Lavangsnes) was separated from Salangen to form a separate municipality once again. After the split, Salangen remained with 2,611 residents.
Salangsverket is a village and industrial site in the municipality of Salangen in Troms, Norway. It was founded to support mining operations in the early 1900s, and is located at the northern shore of the fjord Salangen.
Salangen Airport, Elvenes (; ) is a general aviation airport located at Elvenes in Salangen, Norway. It features a grass runway measuring . It also has a water airport located on Øvrevann. The municipal airport is solely used for air sports.
The village has a population (2013) of 721, which gives the village a population density of . The home venue of the Salangen IF team is located in Sjøvegan. Salangen Church is also located in the village.
Salangen is a fjord in the municipality of Salangen in Troms, Norway. The fjord has a total length of about eighteen kilometers, including the inner part bending southeastwards to Sjøvegan, named Sagfjorden.
Brann 2, Elverum, Follo, Frigg Oslo, Grindvoll, Jerv, Klepp, Langevåg, Larvik, Levanger, Salangen and Vesterålen
Astafjorden is a fjord (more accurately, a strait) in Troms county, Norway. It flows through the municipalities of Salangen, Gratangen, Ibestad, and Skånland. The long fjord flows from the Salangen fjord in the east to the Vågsfjorden in the west. The wide fjord separates the islands of Andørja and Rolla from the mainland. There are several small fjords that branch off this fjord including: Lavangen, Gratangen, Grovfjorden, and Salangen.
Salangen Church () is a parish church in the municipality of Salangen in Troms county, Norway. It is located in the village of Sjøvegan. The church is part of the Salangen parish in the Indre Troms deanery in the Diocese of Nord-Hålogaland. The white concrete and red wood church was built in 1981. The architect Harald Hille designed the church which seats about 420 people.
Sjøvegan is a village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Salangen in Troms county, Norway. The village is located at the end of the Sagfjorden, a branch of the Salangen. The river Salangselva empties into the fjord at Sjøvegan. The river flows through the lakes Nervatnet and Øvrevatnet just to the east of the village.
The municipal council "(Kommunestyre)" of Salangen is made up of 19 representatives that are elected to every four years. Currently, the party breakdown is as follows:
Birger Olaus Vestermo (born 27 February 1930) is a Norwegian cross-country skier from Salangen. He competed in 50 km at the 1956 Winter Olympics in Cortina d'Ampezzo.
Salangen Idrettsforening is a Norwegian alliance sports club from Sjøvegan, Troms. It has sections for association football, Nordic skiing and gymnastics.
The Church of Norway has one parish "(sokn)" within the municipality of Salangen. It is part of the Indre Troms deanery in the Diocese of Nord-Hålogaland.
On the local level Prestbakmo is the mayor of Salangen municipality since 1999. Since 2006 he chairs the county party chapter.
The municipality is named after the Salangen fjord (Old Norse: "Selangr"). The first element is "selr" which means "seal" and the last element is "angr" which means "fjord".
Hauglid was a deputy member of the executive committee of Salangen municipality council during the terms 1979–1983 and 1999–2003.
Elvenes Chapel () is a chapel in the municipality of Salangen in Troms county, Norway. It is located in the village of Elvenes, about east of the village of Sjøvegan. The church is part of the Salangen parish in the Indre Troms deanery in the Diocese of Nord-Hålogaland. The wooden chapel was built in 1959. It was designed by architect Svein Rydland and it seats about 100 people.
Seljeskog is a village in the municipality of Salangen in Troms county, Norway. It is located north of Sjøvegan and northeast of Skårvika. It has a sports team, Seljeskog IL.