Touring Kristiansand in Norway
Kristiansand in the region of Vest-Agder with its 63,814 citizens is located in Norway - some 156 mi or ( 252 km ) South-West of Oslo , the country's capital city .
Time in Kristiansand is now 03:15 PM (Monday) . The local timezone is named " Europe/Oslo " with a UTC offset of 1 hours. Depending on your budget, these more prominent places might be interesting for you: Aalborg, Gothenburg, Ytre Strai, Ytre Skalevik, and Vigelandsbruk. Being here already, consider visiting Aalborg . We collected some hobby film on the internet . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Check out our recomendations for Kristiansand ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.
HANNE KOLSTØ The City
First singel from the album "Riot Break" to be released 16th of September 2011. Shot in the streets of Kristiansand June 2011. Directed by Fred Arne Wergeland. www.hannekolstoe.com ..
A short visit to kristiansand, not really an inspiring town but nice shopping ..
17 mai 2011 Kristiansand
17 May 2011 Kristiansand, southern Norway - Norway's national day and celebration of the constitution. School parade through the town centre of Kristiansand in glorious sunshine. ..
Special trains of Norway
Setesdalsbanen The railway line was built to link the Setesdal to the coastal town of Kristiansand. With this town's port and connections to other Norwegian coastal towns and Europe, it opened up a va ..
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Interesting facts about this location
Agder Teater is a Norwegian theatre based in Kristiansand. It was established in 1991, and has been the regional theatre for Agder since 1995. Its first theatre director was Bentein Baardson, who led the theatre from 1991 to 1994. Alex Scherpf has been theatre director since 2005.
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Kristiansand Station is a railway station located in downtown Kristiansand in Vest-Agder, Norway on the Sørlandet Line. The station is served by regional trains to Oslo and Stavanger. Kristiansand Station is a cul-de-sac station, requiring all trains to change direction at the station.
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Christiansholm Fortress (Christiansholm festning) was a Norwegian fortress built to defend the city of Kristiansand. The fortress was finished in 1672 and formed a part of King Christian IV's plan for defense of Kristiansand when the city was founded in 1641. The architect of the fortress was quartermaster general Willem Coucheron. It was built on an islet, about 100 yards from shore. Today the fortress is connected to the mainland.
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Lagmannsholmen in Kristiansand's western harbour was the fleet station for the Danish-Norwegian skjærgård fleet from 1686 forward until the construction of a headquarters for the navy in Fredriksværn in the years 1750-1758. Today Lagmannsholmen forms part of Kristiansand's container port and is connected to Fiskebrygga (the Fish Wharf). Most of the island consists of large warehouses and a concrete grain silo.
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Baneheia is an area in Kristiansand in Norway, mostly known at the national level from the Baneheia case, as the scene of a notorious murder of two girls aged 8 and 10 that took place in 2000. The area is a local recreational area with lakes and forest. The Baneheia area, close to Downtown Kristiansand and Ravnedalen Park, was given to the citizens of Kristiansand by king Christian 4th of Denmark-Norway when the city was founded in 1641.
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