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List of villages in Østfold

This is a list of villages in Østfold, a county of Norway. For other counties see the lists of villages in Norway.

The list excludes cities located in Østfold.

Place Coordinates Postal code Municipality
Alshus Fredrikstad
Asak 1791 Halden
Aspedammen Halden
Berg 1788 Halden
Bjørkebekk 1798 Aremark
Borgenhaugen/Borgen 1738/1739 Sarpsborg
Degernes 1892 Rakkestad
Dilling 1570 Rygge
Ekholt Rygge
Elvestad Hobøl
Engalsvik 1628 Fredrikstad
Fosby 1798 Aremark
Fuglevik Rygge
Glosli Fredrikstad
Gressvik 1621 Fredrikstad
Greåker 1718/1719 Sarpsborg
Grimstad 1640 Råde
Hafslund 1734 Sarpsborg
Hamnås Trøgstad
Hasle 1734 Sarpsborg
Hauge 1684 Hvaler
Heiås (Båstad) 1866 Trøgstad
Herføl 1690 Hvaler
Holm/Torsnes Fredrikstad
Holtet 1796 Halden
Hovin 1820 Spydeberg
Hærland 1878 Eidsberg
Høysand 1747 Sarpsborg
Ise 1730 Sarpsborg
Isebakke Halden
Jelsnes 1708 Sarpsborg
Kambo 1538 Moss
Karlshus 1640 Råde
Kirkebygden (Våler) 1592 Våler
Klavestadhaugen/
Sandbakken
1743 Sarpsborg
Knapstad 1823 Hobøl
Kornsjø 1796 Halden
Korshavn 1692 Hvaler
Kykkelsrud Askim
Larkollen 1560 Rygge
Lervik Fredrikstad
Manstad 1626 Fredrikstad
Missingmyr 1640 Råde
Mørkfoss 1860 Trøgstad
Nedgården 1692 Hvaler
Otteid 1875 Marker
Papper 1684 Hvaler
Prestebakke 1796 Halden
Rakkestad 1890 Rakkestad
Ringvoll 1827 Hobøl
Rokke Halden
Rostadneset Fredrikstad
Rygge (Ryggebyen) 1580 Rygge
Rød 1684 Hvaler
Rødenes Marker
Rømskog 1950 Rømskog
Saltnes 1642 Råde
Sandum 1950 Rømskog
Sellebakk 1650 Fredrikstad
Skantebygda Rakkestad
Skiptvet 1806 Skiptvet
Skjeberg 1746/1747 Sarpsborg
Skjelfoss 1827 Hobøl
Skjærhalden 1680 Hvaler
Skjærvika (Skivika) Fredrikstad
Skjønhaug 1860 Trøgstad
Skogskroken 1796 Halden
Slevik Fredrikstad
Slitu 1859 Eidsberg
Smedhus Rygge
Solbergfoss Askim
Sperrebotn 1591 Våler
Spetalen 1642 Råde
Sponvika 1794 Halden
Spydeberg 1820 Spydeberg
Stikkaåsen 1712 Sarpsborg
Strømsfoss 1798 Aremark
Svanekil 1692 Hvaler
Svinesund 1789 Halden
Svinndal 1593 Våler
Tistedalen 1791 Halden
Tomter 1825 Hobøl
Torp 1657 Fredrikstad
Tosebygda 1860 Trøgstad
Trømborg (Eidsberg) 1880 Eidsberg
Ullerøy 1747 Sarpsborg
Utgård 1684 Hvaler
Varteig 1735 Sarpsborg
Vatvet 1892 Rakkestad
Venta 1866 Trøgstad
Vikene Fredrikstad
Viker Fredrikstad
Våk 1591 Våler
Ytterskogen Rakkestad
Yven 1715 Sarpsborg
Ørje 1870 Marker
Ørmen Fredrikstad
Øyenkilen Fredrikstad
Øymark Marker
Årum Fredrikstad

References

  • Statens kartverk (1996). Kunnskapsforlagets store Norgesatlas. Oslo: Kunnskapsforlaget.  
  • Falling Rain Genomics, Inc. (2004). "Directory of Cities and Towns in Østfold Fylke, Norway". Global Gazetteer Version 2.1. Retrieved 2006-03-24. 
  • Statens kartverk (2003). "Map service (Kvasir)". Retrieved 2006-10-30. 
  • Statistics Norway (2005). "Urban settlements. Population and area, by municipality. 1 January 2005". 
  • Statistics Norway (2005). "Kart over tettsteder og sentrumsområder 1. januar 2005" (PDF). 
  • Støverud, Henning (2001). "Postal code search". Retrieved 2006-03-24. 

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