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Webcam from the windfarm at Nygårdsfjellet. Shows turbine 1 and 4.

Weather Narvik

Thursday
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-9°C / -6°C
16°F / 21°F
Friday
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-9°C / -5°C
16°F / 23°F
Saturday
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-9°C / -4°C
16°F / 25°F
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Narvik (Northern Sami: Narviika) is a town and municipality in the county of Nordland, Norway. Narvik was separated from Ankenes as a city, and municipality of its own, January 1, 1902. Ankenes was merged with Narvik January 1, 1974. The municipality is a part of the Ofoten landscape in North Norway, inside the arctic circle. Narvik borders Evenes to the northwest, Bardu and Gratangen in Troms county to the north, Norrbotten County (Lapland) in Sweden to the south and east and Ballangen to the southwest. History: The town is named after the old farm Narvik ("Narduigh" 1567), since the town is built on its ground. The meaning of the first element is unknown, the last element is "vik" f 'inlet'. The coat-of-arms is from 1951. It shows an anchor, which represents Narvik's status as an important port. See also the coat-of-arms of Lillesand and Nøtterøy. Narvik in World War II: The port of Narvik proved to be strategically valuable in the early years of World War II and the town became a ... Read more about Narvik on Wikipedia

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