Troms

Troms is a county in Northern Norway. It borders the counties of Nordland (south) and Finnmark (north-east). Troms also borders Sweden and Finland. Some 155000 people live in the county.

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Map of Troms

  • South Troms – the area around Harstad; islands with mountains and some agriculture
  • Inland Troms and Senja – Bardu and Målselv; forested valleys, rivers and mountains, Dividalen national park, Senja island
  • Tromsø area – the area around Tromsø city; including mountainous islands and the Lyngen alps
  • North Troms – the northeastern part; islands and mountains, rivers, Reisa valley with Reisa national park
Skjervoy
  • 69.66666718.9333331 Tromsø – largest city (pop.: 66,000)
  • 69.06444444444418.5151 Bardufoss – in Målselv (town pop. 2,600)
  • 69.22944444444417.9811111111111 Finnsnes – in Lenvik, third-largest city (pop.: 10,000)
  • 68.76666716.4833331 Harstad – in Harstad, second-largest city (pop.: 22,000)
  • 68.86083333333318.3483333333331 Setermoen – in Bardu (town pop.: 2,400)
  • 70.08527777777820.6594444444441 Skjervøy – in Skjerøy (town pop.: 2,500)
  • 69.76805555555621.0244444444441 Storslett – in Nordreisa (town pop.: 1,800)

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