What is the municipality in Norway of Bodø?
This article is about the municipality in Norway. For the town in Bodø Municipality, see Bodø (town). / 67.2827; 14.3751 / 67.2827; 14.3751 Bodø ( pronounced [ˈbûːdøː] ( listen); Lule Sami: Bådåddjo, Swedish: Bodö) is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Salten.
What is the history of Bodø?
The village of Bodø was granted township status in 1816 and soon after, in 1818, it was known for the Bodø affair, smuggling by British merchants that later were compensated by Norway. The town of Bodø was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt ).
Where is Bodo located?
Now, Bodo is the second largest town in northern Norway. It also houses northern Norways Defence Command and the Bodo Main Air Station, both of which are military locations.
Do you need a car in Bodø?
One of the most famous places to visit outside of Bodø is Kjerringøy Trading Post. Located around 40 kilometers from the city center of Bodø, you will definitely need a car to visit here if you want to do so independently.
Where is Bodo on Google Maps?
Welcome to the Bodo google satellite map! This place is situated in Nordland, Norway, its geographical coordinates are 67° 17 0 North, 14° 23 0 East and its original name (with diacritics) is Bodø. See Bodo photos and images from satellite below, explore the aerial photographs of Bodo in Norway.
Where is Bodø located?
The municipality of Bodø is located just north of the Arctic Circle and the town of Bodø is the largest urban area and town in Nordland county, and the second-largest town in North Norway.
What does Bodo stand for?
Bodø ( pronounced [ˈbûːdøː] ( listen); Lule Sami: Bådåddjo, Swedish: Bodö) is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Salten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Bodø (which is also the capital of Nordland county).
What is Bodo BC known for?
It is located approximately 23 kilometres (14 mi) south of Highway 13 and 25 km (16 mi) southeast of Provost. The community was named after Bodø, Norway. Bodo is known for its archaeological site, which is one of the largest and most well-preserved pre-contact archeological areas in Western Canada.