Molde

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Molde

(môl`də), town (1995 pop. 22,892), capital of Møre og Romsdal co., W Norway, on the Moldefjord (an arm of the Romsdalfjord). Commanding a panoramic view of the snowcapped Romsdal Mts., it is a favorite tourist center and fishing port. Textiles and furniture are manufactured.
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(Harvill out MILES DAVIS: KIND OF BLUE I grew up in Molde, Norway, which is a jazz city so I listened to this a lot when I was young.
Viking Sky cruise ship arrives, after problems the ship got in the storm outside of Hustadvika, at Molde, Norway March 24, 2019.
Viking Sky reaches the port in Molde, Norway, after issuing a mayday call on Saturday in heavy seas
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Unable to attend the ceremony himself, an empty chair stood in his place on the stage in Molde, Norway -- representing both Snowden and the failure of the award organisers to guarantee the award winner would not be extradited upon entering the country.
Fridtjof, who is pinned in Molde, Norway, wrote: "Became a fan when Jan Age Fjortoft played for the club.
The Norwegian hotel property company NorGani Hotels ASA said on Monday (20 March) that it has agreed to sell Comfort Hotel Nobel in Molde, Norway to its current operator and a group of investors.
The seamen, now in their mid80s, were on board HMS Glasgow when it arrived at the under-fire town of Molde, Norway, in 1940.
Food finds him in Molde, Norway, playing live with three young locals: trumpeter Arve Henriksen, drummer Thomas Stronen and bass player Mats Eilertsen.
The sailors had carried out the daring war-time operation under heavy German attack in Molde, Norway. And veterans Martin Carroll, of Kilsyth, Stirlingshire, John Baker, of Leith, Donald Edwards, of Burntisland, Fife, and Richard Cameron, of Tarbert, Argyll, were the last to collect their awards in Edinburgh yesterday.
Norwegian cooperative meat producer Norsk Kjottsamvirke said on Thursday (9 October) that a work group set up by its board had recommended the closure of the Gilde abattoir in Molde, Norway.