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This webcam is currently assigned to Hammerfest Energi. It was originally added on February 01, 2012 and has been viewed 21,583 times since then. The current picture above was taken 2 years ago, thereby the webcam seems to be currently inactive. So far, it was added to their personal favorites on by 1 people.

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A rotating live feed from Hammerfest, Norway.

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En roterende live-feed fra Hammerfest, Norge.

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Further information about Hammerfest

is a city and municipality in the county of Finnmark, Norway. The municipality encompasses parts of three islands; Kvaløya, Sørøya and Seiland. Hammerfest was established as a municipality January 1, 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). The law required that all cities should be separated from their rural districts, but because of low population, and very few voters, this was impossible to carry out for Hammerfest in 1838. (See also Vadsø and Vardø) The rural district of Hammerfest (Sørøysund) was separated from the city January 1, 1852 - but it was again merged with the city January 1, 1992. (But without the area of Kvalsund, which was separated from Sørøysund as a municipality of its own 1869) The name: The town is named after an old anchorage. The first element is "hammer", referring to a number of large rocks, good for mooring boats, called "Hamran". (These were covered up in land reclaiming during the early post-war years). The last element is "fest" for 'fastening' (for boats). ... Read more about Hammerfest on Wikipedia

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