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The local newspaper started charging huge extra fees for the electronic version which had been included in the paper issue subscription. SO - in a silent protest - they are hereby excluded.
Wonder what the Norwegian pages are all about? Try Google Translate!
Other interesting links
Århus Kræmmermarked - www.tangkrogen.dk
- Lions Clubs in Århus Denmarks enormous market, 100% voluntary, humanitarian work!
Lions Club Århus Sct. Clemens - www.sctclemens.dk -
100% voluntary, humanitarian work!
Watch live marine traffic
Marinetraffic.com offers a live view of ships carrying AIS (Automatic Identification System) equipment on the seven seas. Click the link above and select [NO] Narvik and adjust zoom to see traffic in and out of the port of Narvik and the seas around the port.
The Great Norwegian Encyclopedia - Store Norske Leksikon - snl.no"
This encyclopedia is in Norwegian, but there is always the option to search for a Norwegian word there and then translate the page using Google Translate"This is a great encyclopedia with a strict quality management on the articles therein, so I very much enjoy the articles there!