Difference between revisions of "Jæren Region, Norway"

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Jæren is the largest flat lowland area in Norway, stretching from the municipality of Randaberg in the north to Hå in the south. The coast is flat compared to the rest of the Norwegian coast, and has sandy beaches along most of the coastline. The name refers to the 60 km long coastline.
  
Jæren is the largest flat lowland area in Norway, stretching from the municipality of Randaberg in the north to in the south. The coast is flat compared to the rest of the Norwegian coast, and has sandy beaches along most of the coastline.  The name refers to the 60 km long coastline.
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Eight municipalities make up this region. They are [[Randaberg, Norway|Randaberg]], [[Stavanger, Norway|Stavanger]], [[Sola, Norway|Sola]], [[Sandnes, Norway|Sandnes]], [[Klepp, Norway|Klepp]], [[Hå, Norway|]], Time (Lye)|Time]] and [[Gjesdal, Norway|Gjesdal]].
  
Eight municipalities make up this region. They are [[Randaberg, Norway|Randaberg]], [[Stavanger, Norway|Stavanger]], [[Sola, Norway|Sola]], [[Sandnes, Norway|Sandnes]], [[Klepp, Norway|Klepp]], [[Hå, Norway|Hå]], Time (Lye)|Time]] and [[Gjesdal, Norway|Gjesdal]].
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Revision as of 08:50, 11 April 2013

Norway > Rogaland County

Jæren is the largest flat lowland area in Norway, stretching from the municipality of Randaberg in the north to Hå in the south. The coast is flat compared to the rest of the Norwegian coast, and has sandy beaches along most of the coastline. The name refers to the 60 km long coastline.

Eight municipalities make up this region. They are Randaberg, Stavanger, Sola, Sandnes, Klepp, , Time (Lye)|Time]] and Gjesdal.