Narvik


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Narvik

(ˈnɑːvɪk; Norwegian ˈnarvik)
n
(Placename) a port in N Norway: scene of two naval battles in 1940; exports iron ore from Kiruna and Gällivare (Sweden). Pop: 18 542 (2004 est)
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The Kazakh champion toppled Warren Barguil (Arkea-Samsic) in a nail-biting battle on the finishing circuit in Narvik that came down to bonus seconds.
About the exhibition, Ubaid said 'Lapland at the far north of Sweden and Narvik inside to Arctic Circle are the lands of eight seasons and midnight sun.
About the exhibition, Ubaid said "Lapland at the far north of Sweden and Narvik inside to Arctic Circle are the lands of eight seasons and midnight sun.
He said Lapland, in the far north of Sweden, and Narvik - inside the Arctic Circle - are the lands of eight seasons and midnight sun.
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Seven ports of call; Trondheim, Narvik, Alta, Honningsvaag (for tours to the North Cape), Tromso, Andalsnes and Bergen ?
In October 2009, the Norwegian government banned and deported a 36-year-old Iranian student who would study space technology in the North peak of Norway, Narvik, because Police Security Service (PST) feared that he might contribute to Iran's nuclear program in the future.
Price includes 14 nights' full board accommodation on board MS Marco Polo based on two people sharing a twin cabin First-class entertainment whilst on board Ports of call; Alesund, viewing Svartisen Glacier, Sortland, Narvik, Alta, Tromso, Andalsnes and Bergen Excellent service from an attentive crew Traditional British and International full board cuisine Afternoon tea and late night snacks Informative guest speakers A wide range of on board leisure facilities Quote promotional code 8Y2RVM.
Eight ports of call; Lerwick (Shetland), Alesund, Narvik, Alta, Tromso, Bodo, Andalsnes, Bergen ?
The move would affect some 700 employees and concerns the oldest wafer plants at Heroya, the wafer multi plant in Glomfjord and the solar cell plant in Narvik.