Ski oslo holmenkollen
CA: Feral House 1998,. For more than a hundred years, Holmenkollen has hosted international ski jumping and cross-country skiing events. This is the hill that was demolished in 2008 to make way for a new one in 2010. In addition to being a residential area, the area has been a ski recreation area since the late 19th century, with its famous ski jumping hill, the, holmenkollbakken, hosting competitions since 1892. The farm name Holmen ( Norse Holmin, from originally *Holmvin ) is a compound of holmr m ' bedrock ' and vin f ' meadow '.
Contents Etymology edit The name is a compound of the farm name Holmen and the finite form of kolle m 'hill, rounded mountain top'. Aschehoug Co (W Nygaard). Coordinates : 5958N 1040E /.967N.667E /.967;.667. In fiction edit Large parts of the plot of Jo Nesb 's mystery novel The Snowman - particularly the book's final climactic scenes - are set in Holmenkollen, both the residential area and the ski jump.
Royal Lodge, the residence of the, norwegian Royal Family during events like Christmas and Holmenkollen Ski Festival. Vestre Aker borough of, oslo, Norway. Holmenkollen Norway, holmenkollen (Urban East Norwegian pronunciation: hlmnkln ) 1 2 is a neighborhood in the. The, holmenkollen Chapel was destroyed by arson in August 1992 by black metal artists, varg Vikernes, Brd Faust Eithun and ystein Euronymous Aarseth, but later rebuilt. For other uses, see, holmenkollen (disambiguation). Norsk Uttaleordbok: A Norwegian pronouncing dictionary (in Norwegian and English). Norsk Uttaleordbok (in Norwegian). To the north, the area borders to the woodlands area. Ski jumper, Holmenkollen Skifestival, photo: Snorre Veggan, friday 8 March 17:30. Cross-country race in Holmenkollen, photo: Jacques Holst, the annual FIS World Cup Nordic competitions draw thousands of spectators to Holmenkollen, to cheer from the ski arena or along rros lufthavn the cross-country ski tracks in the forest. See also edit References edit Berulfsen, Bjarne (1969). 3, the chapel is a neighbour to the Norwegian.