LødingenLødingen , Norway
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Lødingen in the webcam is a municipality in the Norwegian county of Nordland. It is located on the southeast corner of the island of Hinnøya and is part of the traditional district of Ofoten.
Lødingen, which you see online, is nicknamed “Bicycle City” because several cycling races are held here every year, including “Lofoten Insomnia” and Vestbygd-rittet.
The picturesque city in the live stream covers an area of 527 square kilometers, it is the 202nd among 356 municipalities in Norway.
Lødingen in the webcam was founded on January 1, 1838. On January 1, 1869, the southern region of Lødingen, surrounding Tysfjorden on the mainland, was split off to form the new municipality of Tysfjord.
During the 1960s, many municipal mergers took place throughout Norway, where the online broadcast originates from: on January 1, 1962, the southern mainland of Lødingen, surrounding Efjorden and the island of Baroya, was transferred to the municipality of Ballangen. Then, on January 1, 1964, the eastern part of Lødingen on the island of Tjeldøya passed to the municipality of Tjeldsund.
Origin of the city’s name
The Lødingen municipality in the live webcam is named after the old Lødingen farm (Old Norse: Lǫðueng), since the first city church was built here.
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