Aset Destination Guide
Discover Aset in Norway!
Aset in the region of Hedmark county is a town located in Norway - some 82 mi (or 133 km) North of Oslo, the country's capital.
Local time in Aset is now 10:23 PM (Saturday). The local timezone is named "Europe / Oslo" with an UTC offset of 1 hours. Depending on your flexibility, these larger cities might be interesting for you: Karlstad, Gothenburg, Arvika, Trondheim, Tingstad or Almus. When in this area, you might want to check out Val, Skramstad, Rudstad, Rena, Morstad and Amot as well. We found some clips posted online. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.
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Film Noir-trailer- Skyggespill
Trailer for den fiktive Film Noir-filmen "Skyggespill." Laget av studenter ved Høgskolen i Hedmark
Baptism ceremony for Lukas in the church...
The baptism ceremony started in the church at 2pm on Sunday 17 June 2012. There were three children to be baptized. It all lasted over an hour. In the end all went well. The pastor managed to handle a...
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Interesting facts about this location
Åmot Lower Secondary School
Åmot Lower Secondary School is a lower secondary school located in Åmot, Norway, with approximately 150 pupils and 20 employees. The school is nationally known in Norway for developing information and communication technology programs. The school is part of the European Network for Innovative Schools network (ENIS).
Rena is a small town in eastern Norway. It is the administrative centre of Åmot municipality in the Norwegian county of Hedmark. Rena is a rather rural but picturesque town, and is situated at the meeting point of Glomma (Norway's longest river) and Rena rivers (a tributary to Glomma). The latter is one of the best for fishing in Norway. Its population was 2,009 in 2005. There is a train station of the Røros Line in Rena.
The Renaelva river flows into the Glomma in Åmot municipality in the county of Hedmark, Norway. One bridge that connect east and west side of the river, is Kjøllsæter Bridge. A sideriver to Renaelva is Julussa which is about 30 km long, coming from south, through the valley Julussdalen. The Rena watershed has a drainage area of 3,967 km².
Julussa is a 32-kilometre-long river in Hedmark, Norway, starting at Bergesjøen 1043 feet (318 m.o.h. ) The name Julussa comes from the old Norwegian word "ljudlausa" which means soundless. The reason for that given name is that the river flows so silently through the valley of Julussdalen. Julussa was very important for timber rafting the timber out of the big forests, from around the mid 16th century until 1969. From Bergesjøen, Julussa flows 32 kilometers until it flows into Renaelva.
Located at 61.07, 11.35 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 8 mi away.
Heimdal is a village in Løten municipality, Norway, located a few miles north of the urban area Løten. Its population is 300.
Located at 61.07, 11.35 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 14 mi away.
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