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Kristiansand

Kristiansand - description of the city:

Kristiansand is city of Norway (Vest-Agder Fylke). The population of Kristiansand: 63,814 people. Geographic coordinates of Kristiansand: 58.14671 x 7.9956.

Country Norway
International title Kristiansand
Population 63,814 people
Timezone Europe/Oslo
State Vest-Agder Fylke
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 58.14671 x Longitude: 7.9956

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The main attractions of Kristiansand
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Acquaintance to Kristiansand
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Famous Places

Neusiedler See
Country: Austria

The jewel of Burgenland, Neusiedler See is the largest steppe lake in Central Europe. On the border between Austria and Hungary (a small section — around one-fifth of its total area — at the southern end belongs to Hungary) it covers an area of ...

Murau
Country: Austria

Murau sprang up in the 13th century at a crossroads of trading routes on the scenic Mur river and became a local centre for commerce and industry. The historic town centre of Murau lies on the left bank of the Mur river. Its Renaissance houses are ...

Hellbrunn
Country: Austria

Schloss Hellbrunn, once a summer residence of Salzburg’s Archbishop Marcus Sitticus, stands about 4 km (2 miles) south of Salzburg. Sitticus was a nephew of Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau, with an Italian mother. He spent most of his life in Italy, a ...

Igls
Country: Austria

This small town south of Innsbruck, which had long been popular as a holiday centre and winter-sports resort, was given a new face for the 1976 Winter Olympic Games when modern toboggan and bobsleigh runs were built. The nearby Patscherkofel (2,247 ...

Heddal
Country: Norway

The Hitterdal parish was established as a municipality on the first of January in 1838. In the year 1913, Notodden was separated as a municipality  and as a city from Heddal. On the first of January in 1964, Heddal and Notodden were merged onc ...

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