Bronnoysund, Norway Overview
Brønnøysund sits on a narrow peninsula on the mainland surrounded by islands and water. The town is connected to the island Torget by the Brønnøysund Bridge.
Brønnøysund is a town and the administrative centre of the municipality of Brønnøy, Norway. It is also a former municipality in Nordland county. The village of Brønnøysund received town status in 2000. The city lies along the coast and is often called “the coastal town in the middle of Norway.” Brønnøysund is also the regional center of Southern Helgeland. The 3.25-square-kilometre (800-acre) town has a population (2013) of 4,924; giving the town a population density of 1,515 inhabitants per square kilometre (3,920 /sq mi).
Detailed Map of Bronnoysund, Norway
Brønnøysund has a maritime climate with mild winters considering the northerly location, and a long frost-free season of typically 160 – 180 days.Mean annual temperature is 5.6 °C (42 °F) and average annual precipitation 1,510 mm.
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"Das Loch im Torghatten" Ffedith's photos around Brønnøysund, Norway
Preview of Ffedith's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-entries/ffedith/3/1252869457/tpod.html This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Brønnøysund, Norway Entry Title: "Das Loch im Torghatten" Entry: "Südwestlich von Bronnoysund ist das Loch am Torghatten. Von unten her sieht man gar nichts ausser ein relativ unspektakulärer Berg.
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Short video shot with my GoPro cam. on my Skywalker. From "Ramtinden" Brønnøysund Norway.
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Torghatten, Norway Señores Karmøy
Torghatten is a mountain on Torget island in Brønnøysund municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is known for it is characteristic hole, a natural tunnel, through its center. The tunnel is 160 metres long, 35 metres wide and 20 metres high.
Svolvaer, Nordland County, Norway
Our visit to Kjolsoy and Bronnoysund, Norway. Kjolsoy (or Kjolsoya) is the island where our great-grandfather Leonard was raised.