(M (in Norwegian). The surrounding woodlands and farmlands hold a host of the commoner Scandinavian species, some, like fieldfare and redwing, can be found in good numbers. The 1,565-square-kilometre (604 sq mi) municipality is the 45th largest by area out of the 422 municipalities in Norway. During the 1960s, there were many municipal mergers across Norway due to the work of the Schei Committee. Temperatures have tended to be warmer in recent years. Other populated areas in Steinkjer include the villages. This article is about the municipality in Trndelag, Norway. "Inner Trondheimsfjord wetland system". Bestille prvekjring i dag. Good examples are the aforementioned railway station (jernbanestasjonen) and the administration building of Nord-Trndelag University College ( Norwegian : Hgskolen i Nord-Trndelag ). The landscape is dotted with wavy hills and dense spruce forests, as well as agricultural fields in the lowland areas.
Overnatting i steinkjer, Dyrebutikk steinkjer,
Heidi Kristoffersen, dere er gull! Data provided by Opta Sports. Each year ferries from Hurtigruten make trips to the cruise port of Steinkjer, more than 130 kilometres (81 mi) of travel through the fjord system. One of these is Lake Lmsen with its breeding population of Slavonian grebe. 2 Contents General information edit Steinkjer town hall The village of Steinkjer in the municipality of Stod was declared a kjpstad ( town ) in 1857, and then on it was separated from Stod to form a municipality of its own.
Municipal council edit The municipal council (Kommunestyre) of Steinkjer is made up of 47 representatives that are elected to four year terms. It is part of the Nord-Innherad prosti ( deanery ) in the Diocese of Nidaros. The January average in Steinkjer is 5 C (23 F 9 and the July 24-hr average is 14 C (57 F).