Gullaug Destination Guide
Delve into Gullaug in Norway!
Gullaug in the region of Buskerud county is a place located in Norway - some 20 mi (or 32 km) South-West of Oslo, the country's capital.
Local time in Gullaug is now 10:06 PM (Saturday). The local timezone is named "Europe / Oslo" with an UTC offset of 1 hours. Depending on your mobility, these larger destinations might be interesting for you: Aarhus, Aalborg, Helsingborg, Gothenburg, Trondheim or Bragernes. While being here, you might want to check out Tranby, Sorum, Skoger, Reistad, Hyggen and Lierbyen as well. We discovered some clips posted online. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.
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E18 Norway - Drammen Asker (PL - no sub)
Airport Express Train passing Lier leav...
Airport Express Train from Drammen to Oslo airport Gardermoen passing Lier station. This train was travelling faster than usual, maybe you can hear me step away. After it passed, it left behind a snow...
Visiting Lier Mental Hospital
Exploring old mental hospital in Lier, Norway
Twintip skiing and jibbing How to do 54...
Twintip skiing. See all my fails and nice try to take a 540 and 720 on Twintip ski. Finally I MADE it after watching YouTube videos by Tom Wallisch. He is great. I am 10 years old, and use CoreUpt You...
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Interesting facts about this location
Gullaug is an unincorporated village located between Lierbyen, Røyken and Drammen, in Buskerud County, Norway. It is southwest of Oslo, about 40 km away near the eastern coast. Geographically, Gullaug is an area that encompasses little more than a gas station and local shops, but locals apply the label to the entire area stretching from Lierkroa in the north, Lahell in the south, Amtmandsvingen in the east and Spikkestad in the west. This is the area that is served by the Gullaug school.
Located at 59.74, 10.29 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 0 mi away.
Åskollen is a part of the borough Tangen-Åskollen in the city of Drammen, Norway. Tangen-Åskollen is one of the eight districts in Drammen and had 6,123 inhabitants (2002). Tangen-Åskollen is located south-east of the city centre. Before 1964 Åskollen was a part of Skoger municipality. Tangen Church (Tangen Kirke) was inaugurated on 25 January 1854. The design was by architect Heinrich Ernst Schirmer.
Spikkestad is a population center in the Røyken municipality in Norway. It is located in the northern part of the Hurum Peninsula, closer to the Drammen Fjord than the Oslo Fjord. Spikkestad railway station was opened in 1885 to link Asker to Drammen. The village was named after the farm "Spikkestad", as the station was built on its lands. In the early 1970s, a tunnel was built which made the trip between these places shorter, and most of the train track was closed.
Drammen Bridge (Drammensbrua) is a motorway box girder bridge that crosses Drammenselva river in the town of Drammen in Norway. It is the longest bridge in Norway, 1892 metres long. The bridge has 41 spans; the longest span is 60 metres. The maximum clearance to the water is 11 metres. Drammen Bridge was opened in 1975 with two lanes. A parallel bridge was finished in 2005 with two more lanes. The new bridge has round, slim pillars, while the old one had wide, rectangular pillars.
Skoger is a village located on the border between Buskerud and Vestfold counties, Norway. Of its population of 1,082 as of 2005, 654 were registered as residents of Drammen whereas 428 live in Sande in Vestfold county, Norway. Historically the area had large forested areas, and much arable land. Reference to Skoger is made in the land register maintained by Bishop Eystein Erlendsson (Biskop Eysteins jordebok).
Located at 59.74, 10.29 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 6 mi away.
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