Tanaelv

Tanaelv

(tä`näĕlv'), Finn. Tenojoki, river, 205 mi (330 km) long, rising in Finnmark co., N Norway, and flowing NE to Tanafjord, NE Norway. It forms part of the Norway-Finland border. The river is noted for its salmon.
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The principal rivers are the Glomma, the Lagen and Tanaelv. Some 6% of Norway's area is inland water--mostly long, thin lakes.
The principal rivers are the Glomma, the Lagen and Tanaelv. Some 6% of Norway's total area of 323,802 sq km (125,020 sq miles) is inland water--mostly long, thin lakes.
The principal rivers are the Glomma, the Lagen, and Tanaelv. Some 6% of Norway's total area is inland water--mostly long, thin lakes.