Synonyms for surnadal or Related words with surnadal

sunndal              rindal              sykkylven              orkdal              volda              tingvoll              melhus              malvik              verdal              salangen              kvinesdal              namdalseid              hareid              nordreisa              stryn              drangedal              midsund              tynset              lyngdal              halsa              stranda              ytre              gloppen              rennebu              kvinnherad              vestnes              evje              birkenes              vaksdal              gauldal              flakstad              skaun              eigersund              farsund              etne              buvik              ringsaker              enebakk              bamble              skedsmo              kopervik              kvam              snillfjord              songdalen              leksvik              todalen              froland              follebu              gjemnes              sunnhordland             



Examples of "surnadal"
Surnadal Idrettslag is a Norwegian sports club from Surnadal. It has sections for association football, team handball, alpine skiing and Nordic skiing.
The parish of Surnadal was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). In 1858, the eastern district (population: 2,684) was separated from Surnadal to form the new Rindal Municipality. This left Surnadal with 3,105 residents. On 1 January 1877, part of Stangvik (population: 50) was transferred to Surnadal. In 1879, part of Surnadal (population: 83) was transferred to Stangvik. On 1 January 1886, the Møklegjerdet farm (population: 29), just west of Glærem, was transferred from Stangvik to Surnadal. On 1 January 1897, the Sjøflot farm (population: 27) was also transferred from Stangvik to Surnadal. On 1 January 1965, the whole municipality of Åsskard and most of the municipality of Stangvik were merged into Surnadal. The newly enlarged municipality had a population of 5,934.
It was founded on 13 April 1913 as "IL Framtid". The name Surnadal IL was taken in 1966, when "IL Framtid" was merged with "IL Bjørn" (founded 1932) and "Surnadal JIL" (founded 1945).
He was born in Halsa and grew up in Todal, Surnadal.
On the local level, she is a former deputy mayor of Surnadal.
The municipality of "Stangvig" was established on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). According to the 1865 census, the municipality had a population of 2,619. On 1 January 1874, a part of Stangvik (population: 61) was moved to neighboring Tingvoll Municipality. Then on 1 January 1877, another part of Stangvik (population: 50) was moved to Surnadal Municipality. In 1879, parts of Surnadal (population: 83) and Halsa Municipality (population: 279) were moved to Stangvik. On 1 January 1886, the Møklegjerdet farm (population: 29), just west of Glærem, was transferred from Stangvik to Surnadal. On 1 January 1897, the Sjøflot farm (population: 27), also just west of Glærem, was transferred from Stangvik to Surnadal.
Sæterøy was mayor of Surnadal municipality in the periods 1945–1947, 1947–1951 and 1951–1955.
Henning Sommerro (born 3 May 1952 in Surnadal) is a Norwegian musician, composer and professor at NTNU.
Arne Sæter (21 August 1913 in Surnadal – 14 September 1973) was a Norwegian politician for the Christian Democratic Party.
Snota is a prominent mountain in the Trollheimen mountain range in the municipality of Surnadal in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It is also the highest mountain in the municipality of Surnadal. It lies west of the mountain Trollhetta and north of the mountain Neådalssnota.
Mjøndalen and Ham-Kam won promotion to Tippeligaen, while Kristiansund, Frigg, Surnadal, Mjølner, Råde and Sandefjord was relegated to the Second Division.
The Church of Norway has five parishes "(sokn)" within the municipality of Surnadal. It is part of the Indre Nordmøre deanery in the Diocese of Møre.
A mild climate and rich soil make Surnadal well suited for agriculture. The local economy is based on agriculture, forestry and industrial production, in addition to services.
Sæter was a member of the executive committee of Trondheim city council between 1945 and 1947, and a member of Surnadal municipality council in 1963–1964.
Ytre Sula (also called Nordviksula) is a mountain in the municipality of Surnadal in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It lies just north of Todalsøra and the Todalsfjorden.
Todalen is a village in Surnadal municipality, Norway. It is located where the Toåa empties into the Todalsfjorden. Norwegian National Road 671 ends here.
Skei (or Surnadal) is a village and the administrative center of Surnadal Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. The village is located at near the end of the Surnadalsfjorden along the river Surna. It is about northeast of the village of Surnadalsøra and about southeast of the village of Sylte. There are two churches near Skei: Øye Church (north of Skei) and Ranes Church (east of Skei).
Surnadal Municipality lies to the west in Møre og Romsdal. Rindal shares a border with five other municipalities in Sør-Trøndelag county to the north, east, and south: Hemne, Orkdal, Meldal, Rennebu, and Oppdal.
Born in Verdal, he was the headmaster of Hardanger folk high school from 1938 to 1957. He also worked in Øyestad, Skaun, Nordmøre folk high school in Surnadal (1931–1938) and Frosta (1957–1966).
Ivar Loe Bjørnstad (born 1981 in Surnadal, Norway) is a Norwegian jazz and rock musician (drums), brother of the dancer Marit Loe Bjørnstad (1983) and the singer Ingebjørg Loe Bjørnstad (1978).