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The name originally belonged to the fjord (now called the Sandefjordsfjord ). The first element is the genitive case of the name of the parish and former municipality of Sandar . [ 2 ] [ edit ] Coat-of-arms The coat-of-arms is from modern times. They were granted on 9 May 1914. The Viking

Sandefjord Station print that page(1 KM)


Sandefjord Station From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Sandefjord Location Place Sandefjord Municipality Sandefjord Coordinates 59°8′6.6444″N 10°13′21.385″E / 59.135179°N 10.22260694°E / 59.135179; 10.22260694

Sandefjord Museum print that page(1 KM)


When it opened in 1917 the museum building was one of the first original museum buildings in Norway. Lars Christensen had two main goals when opening the museum; to inform the public about the Antarctic and its fauna and animal life, as it was a relatively unknown continent at the time, and

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Storstadion From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Storstadion July 5, 2006 Storstadion is a multi-use stadium in Sandefjord , Norway . It was the home ground of Sandefjord Fotball until the summer of 2007. The stadium was built in 1969 . Arena print that page(5 KM) Arena From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Arena Location Sandefjord , Norway Coordinates 59°8′22.33″N 10°10′41.33″E / 59.1395361°N 10.1781472°E / 59.1395361; 10.1781472 Coordinates : 59°8 | 2011/4/18 15:46:27

Sandefjord Airport Station print that page(5 KM)


The station opened as Raastad , later Råstad , in 1881. It had a single building, designed by Balthazar Lange . It was upgraded with a passing loop in 1910, but this was removed in 1971, and the station was closed in 1978. In 2008, the station reopened to serve the airport. The station is

Sandefjord Airport, Torp print that page(5 KM)


Domestic services are provided to Bergen , Stavanger , Trondheim , Bodø and Tromsø . Torp is owned and operated by Sandefjord Lufthavn AS, which in turn is owned by the municipalities of Sandefjord and Stokke , Vestfold County Municipality and a private investment group. Torp is the largest

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The statistical area Fevang, which also can include the peripheral parts of the village as well as the surrounding countryside, has a population of 324. [ 1 ] The village Fevang is located between Fokserød in the south and Rørkoll in the north. It is considered a part of the urban settlement | 2010/9/25 15:38:50

Goksjø print that page(9 KM)

Goksjø From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Goksjø Location Sandefjord , Larvik , Andebu ( Vestfold ) Coordinates 59°10′5″N 10°8′33″E / 59.16806°N 10.1425°E / 59.16806; 10.1425 Coordinates : 59°10′5″N 10 | 2011/2/23 11:57:47

Kjerringvik print that page(10 KM)


The village hosted the ferry quay for the Vangshylla–Kjerringvik Ferry from 1958–91; the first six years with onwards connection to Levanger . In 1991 the ferry was replaced by the Skarnsund Bridge . [ 1 ] The quay has since been taken into use as a tug boat base. [ 2 ] [ edit ] References