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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › HålogalandHålogaland - Wikipedia

    Hålogaland was the northernmost of the Norwegian provinces in the medieval Norse sagas. In the early Viking Age, before Harald Fairhair, Hålogaland was a kingdom extending between the Namdalen valley in Trøndelag county and the Lyngen fjord in Troms og Finnmark county. [1] Etymology and history

  2. Ohthere of Hålogaland ( Norwegian: Ottar fra Hålogaland) was a Viking Age Norwegian seafarer known only from an account of his travels that he gave to King Alfred (r. 871–99) of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex in about 890 AD.

  3. Hålogaland ( norrønt: Hálogaland eller Háleygjafylkí, nordsamisk: Holgoláddi) er det historiske navnet på Nord-Norge. I tiden før kristningen av Norge var Hålogaland et selvstendig småkongerike i de nåværende fylkene Nordland og Troms, nord for Namdalen i Nord-Trøndelag og sør for Lyngenfjorden i Troms.

  4. The Hålogaland Bridge ( Norwegian: Hålogalandsbrua) is a suspension bridge which crosses the Rombaksfjorden in Narvik Municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is the second-longest bridge span in Norway. The bridge is part of the European Route E6 highway.

  5. www.wikiwand.com › en › HålogalandHålogaland - Wikiwand

    Hålogaland was the northernmost of the Norwegian provinces in the medieval Norse sagas. In the early Viking Age, before Harald Fairhair, Hålogaland was a kingdom extending between the Namdalen valley in Trøndelag county and the Lyngen fjord in Troms og Finnmark county. Oops something went wrong: 403 Hålogaland

  6. Central Hålogaland ( Norwegian: Midtre Hålogland) is a district of Northern Norway constituting the traditional districts of Ofoten, Lofoten, Vesterålen and Southern Troms. It has a population of 117,000, [1] with the largest towns being Harstad (23,000) and Narvik (18,000).

  7. Helgi, otherwise shown in Old Norse as Hölgi, is counted as the founder and namesake of Hålogaland. This possibly serves to cover the period in which tribal domination of the area becomes more organised as a pre-Viking kingdom. He is also noted as being the father of Þorgerðr (Thorgerdr).

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