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  1. Fredrikstad kommune - Informasjon om kommunen, administrasjonen, lokalpolitikk og offentlige tjenester. Oversikt over kulturtilbud.
  2. Kråkerøy ungdomsskole - Nyheter, organisering, prosjekter, klasseoversikt og informasjon om FAU.
  3. Fredrikstad eiendomskontor AS - Tilbyr advokatbistand og eiendomsmegling.
  4. Viker vel - Om velforeningen og dens aktiviteter.
  5. Fredrikstad museum - Museet har, i tillegg til historier og dokumentar fra Fredrikstads industrihistorie et et bildearkiv på nettstedet med ca. 1200 fotografier og 126 tegninger og bilder fra Fredrikstad og omegn. Omvisning i museet med 360-graders panoramaer.
  6. Fredrikstad museum - Museet har, i tillegg til historier og dokumentar fra Fredrikstads industrihistorie et et bildearkiv på nettstedet med ca. 1200 fotografier og 126 tegninger og bilder fra Fredrikstad og omegn. Omvisning i museet med 360-graders panoramaer.
  7. Fredrikstad Animation Festival - The Nordic and Baltic Animation Festival Fredrikstad presents highlights from international animation and Nordic and Baltic films in competition.
  8. Sorgenfri boområde - Informasjon om området og naturen rundt Sorgenfri og Sorgenfrigropa.
  9. Kråkerøy ungdomsskole, Fredrikstad - Nyheter, organisering, prosjekter, klasseoversikt og informasjon om FAU.
  10. Lenkesamling om privatisering og konkurranseutsetting - Lenkesamling om og mot privatisering og konkurranseutsetting i det offentlige. Fra Fredrikstad RV.
  11. Fredrikstad brukshundklubb - Resultater, aktiviteter og informasjon for Fredrikstad - og omegn.
  12. Adventkirken i Fredrikstad - Kontaktinfo, kunngjøring, aktivitetskalender
  13. Fredrikstad og omegn boligbyggelag - Informasjon om fredrikstadområdets største boligtilbyder, salg av nye og brukte boliger, tjenester for medlemmer og borettslag, samt nyheter.
  14. Fredrikstad håndbakklubb - Klubbinformasjon, resultater, lenker og bestilling av utstyr.
  15. Fredrikstad Charterreiser - Båtturer i Oslofjorden, Onsøylandet og rundt Hvalerøyene fra Fredrikstad. Kontaktinformasjon.
  16. Kong Fredrik IVs Tamburafdeling af 1704 - Militærhistorisk forening i Fredrikstad for soldater og markententeri. Bilder, liste over opptredender og historie (inkludert musikkhistorie).
  17. Johnsen, Jon E. - Informasjon om foreningen "Fredrikstad Paletten", bilder og dikt.
  18. Fredrikstad Storband - Informasjon om gruppen, nyheter, konserter, bilder og netthandel.
  19. Tomix - Duo fra Fredrikstad. Informasjon om medlemmene, repertoar og kontaktinfo.


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    Fredrikstad


    Fredrikstad kommune
    Municipality

    Coat of arms

    Østfold within
    Norway
    Fredrikstad within Østfold
    Coordinates: 59°12′19″N 10°57′0″E / 59.20528°N 10.95000°E / 59.20528; 10.95000Coordinates: 59°12′19″N 10°57′0″E / 59.20528°N 10.95000°E / 59.20528; 10.95000
    Country Norway
    County Østfold
    Administrative centre Fredrikstad
    Government
     • Mayor (2011) Jon Ivar Nygård (Ap)
    Area
     • Total 285.9 km2 (110.4 sq mi)
     • Land 283 km2 (109 sq mi)
    Area rank 283 in Norway
    Population (2012)
     • Total 75,583
     • Rank 6 in Norway
     • Density 249/km2 (640/sq mi)
     • Change (10 years) 7.7 %
    Time zone CET (UTC+1)
     • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
    ISO 3166 code NO-0106
    Official language form Bokmål
    Website www.fredrikstad.kommune.no
    Data from Statistics Norway
    Fredrikstad bridge, crossing the river Glomma.

    About this sound Fredrikstad  (previously Frederiksstad) (literally Fredrik's Town) is a city and municipality in Østfold county, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality is the city of Fredrikstad.

    The city of Fredrikstad was founded in 1567 by King Frederick II, and established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). The rural municipality of Glemmen was merged with Fredrikstad on 1 January 1964. The rural municipalities of Borge, Onsøy, Kråkerøy, and Rolvsøy were merged with Fredrikstad on 1 January 1994.

    The city straddles the river Glomma where it meets the Skagerrak. Along with neighboring Sarpsborg, Fredrikstad forms the fifth largest city in Norway: Fredrikstad/Sarpsborg. As of 1 January 2013, according to Statistics Norway, these two municipalities have a total population of 128,916 with 75,583 in Fredrikstad and 53,333 in Sarpsborg.

    Fredrikstad was built at the mouth of Glomma as a replacement after Sarpsborg (15 kilometres (9 miles) upstream) was burned down by the Swedes. Almost half the population of Sarpsborg stayed behind, and rebuilt their old town at its original site.

    The city centre is on the west bank of the Glomma, while the old town on the east bank is Northern Europe's best preserved fortified town.

    Fredrikstad used to have a large sawmill industry and was an important harbour for timber export, then later on shipbuilding, until the main yard was closed in the 1980s. The main industries are currently various chemical plants and other light industry.

    In 2005, Fredrikstad was the final host port for the Tall Ships' Race, attracting thousands to the city.


    Fredrikstad General information



    Fredrikstad Name

    The city was named after the Danish king Frederick II in 1569. The last element stad means "city".

    Prior to 1877, the name was spelled Frederiksstad, then from 1877–1888 it was written as Fredriksstad, and finally since 1889 it has been spelled in its current form: Fredrikstad.


    Fredrikstad Coat-of-arms

    The coat-of-arms is from modern times. They were granted on 21 April 1967. The old arms are based on the oldest known seal of the city, which dates from 1610. They showed a fortress being guarded by a bear. Strangely, Fredrikstad had no fortifications in 1610 (it received some at the end of the 17th century). Fredrikstad was founded by citizens of Sarpsborg and both the fortress and the bear are taken from the old arms of Sarpsborg. The composition of the seal was also used as arms since the beginning of the 19th century. The new arms were granted at the 400th anniversary of the city in 1967 and show a more modern variation on the fortress and bear.[1]


    Fredrikstad History


    After Sarpsborg was burned to the ground during the Northern Seven Years' War, the ruling king, Frederik II of Denmark, decided by royal decree to rebuild the city 15 kilometres (9 mi) south of the original location. This new site's proximity to the sea and the accessible open land surrounding it made it a better location than the old one. The name Fredrikstad was first used in a letter from the King dated 6 February 1569. The temporary fortification built during the Hannibal War (1644–1645) between Sweden and Denmark-Norway, became permanent in the 1660s.

    The work on the fortifications was first led by Fredrikstad Fortress were built, including Isegran, Kongsten, and Cicignon. In 1735, a suburb on the western side of Glomma, Vestsiden, was founded. This part later grew faster than the old city, and became the dominant city centre. Most of the buildings in the old city burned down during a fire in 1764.

    In the 1840s, timber exporting from Fredrikstad started to gain momentum. In the 1860s, several steam powered saws were built along the river, and in 1879 the railway reached Fredrikstad, leading to further growth. With the decline of the timber exports as a result of the modernization of wood-processing industries in the early 1900s, Fredrikstad's production changed to other types of products. It later became one of Norway's most important industrial centres, famous for its large Fredrikstad Mekaniske Verksted.


    Fredrikstad Fredrikstad Museum


    Fredrikstad Museum is located in Old Fredrikstad. The museum shows the history of the city and the surrounding region. The museum also manages Elingaard Manor in Onsøy and Torgauten Fort. Fredrikstad Museum was founded in 1903. Since 2003, the museum's management has been located in Tøihuset in Old Town.[2]


    Fredrikstad Sport


    Fredrikstad Stadion.

    Fredrikstad is home to nine time Norwegian football champions Fredrikstad FK who play at the Nye Fredrikstad Stadion.


    Fredrikstad Notable residents



    Fredrikstad International relations



    Fredrikstad Twin towns – sister cities

    The following cities are twinned with Fredrikstad:[3]

    City Region Country
    Aalborg[4] Region Nordjylland logo.jpg North Denmark Region  Denmark
    Húsavík Iceland Suður-Þingeyjarsýsla  Iceland
    Kotka[5] Kymenlaakson maakunnan vaakuna.svg Kymenlaakso  Finland
    Karlskoga Örebro län vapen.svg Örebro  Sweden
    Patzún Guatemala Chimaltenango  Guatemala
    San Martín Jilotepeque Guatemala Chimaltenango  Guatemala
    Zhuzhou China Hunan  China

    Fredrikstad References



    Fredrikstad Footnotes

    1. ^ Norske Kommunevåpen (1990). "Nye kommunevåbener i Norden". Retrieved 2008-12-13. 
    2. ^ Fredrikstad museum (Østfoldmuseene Org)
    3. ^ "Våre vennskapsbyer". Fredrikstad kommune. Retrieved 2008-12-16. [dead link] (Norwegian)
    4. ^ "Aalborg Twin Towns". Europeprize.net. Retrieved 19 August 2013. 
    5. ^ Hassinen, Raino. "Kotka - International co-operation: Twin Cities". City of Kotka. Retrieved 2013-10-22. 

    Fredrikstad Literature

    • Aschehougs Konversasjonsleksikon, Bind 7. H. Aschehoug & Co, Oslo, 1969.

    Fredrikstad External links




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