Vadsø

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Vadsø

(väd`sö), town (1995 pop. 6,410), capital of Finnmark co., NE Norway, an ice-free arctic port on the Varangerfjord. It is a fishing and fish-processing center and a trade center for reindeer meat and skins, dried fish, herring oil, and guano. In World War II the town was severely damaged (1944) by the Germans.
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He is from Vardo and I'm from Vadso which is the next town so we were very close to each other.
Tenia escasamente 15 anos cuando viaje a Vadso para asistir a la escuela secundaria.
The agreements for the further development of infrastructure to deal with spent nuclear fuel were signed in the Norwegian city of Vadso between the leadership of Finnmark and SevRao, a branch of Rosatom's RosRao.
Meticulous plans were laid down and discussed with observers, and detailed rehearsals held at the site near Vadso, but in the event the party was clouded out.
In the north, Vadso was included in 1907, and Kirkenes in 1914.
Pedersen has come a long way in the game since growing up in the frozen Norwegian outpost of Vadso.
A woman in Vadso, Norway has apparently reported Haetta to the police for calling coloured immigrants "blackies".
Vardo and Narvik are two airports that are located close to other airports, which makes it less likely that they will remain in operation - Narvik apparently is situated 80km from the Evenes airport while Vardo is located 76km from the Vadso airport.
Announcement of competition: The provision primarily includes delivery and installation of flytekai concrete Vadso inner harbor.
The first such expedition, in 1896 to Vadso in northern Norway, was a joint venture of the BAA, RAS and RS and involved 165 people including 58 BAA members.