Sogn

Sogn is a traditional district in Western Norway (Vestlandet). It is located in the county of Sogn og Fjordane, surrounding the Sognefjord. Sogn consists of the municipalities of Aurland, Balestrand, Hyllestad, Høyanger, Gulen, Leikanger, Luster, Lærdal, Sogndal, Solund, Vik, and Årdal. The district covers 10,675 square kilometres (4,122 sq mi) and contains about 35% of the county's population. The largest urban area in Sogn is Øvre Årdal, with 3,456 residents.

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Sogn - History - 1662-present
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Borgund, Sogn Og Fjordane
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... Administrator Sogn og Fjordane county municipality Firda Billag Fjord1 Sogn Billag Fjord1 Nordfjord–Ottadalen Rutebilane i Bremanger ...
Sogn Studentby
... Sogn Studentby (engl ... Sogn Student Village) is a residential area for students located in the north of Oslo ... Sogn Studentby consists mostly of about 1288 single rooms ...
Atli The Slender
... His sister was Solvor Hundolfsdottir, the wife of King Harald Goldbeard of Sogn ... son Harald, the Vestfolder king led an expedition to take possession of Sogn as their heir ... Halfdan made Atli jarl over all of Sogn ...