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Molde

Molde
Die Stadt Molde liegt am Nordufer des Moldefjords. Haupterwerb der Einwohner ist die traditionelle Industrie, hier insbesondere die Produktion von Möbeln und Leuchten (Glamox). Molde wird auch als Rosenes by, also „Stadt der Rosen“ bezeichnet, da hier auf Grund des relativ milden Klimas noch Rosen wachsen, die eigentlich weiter südlich ihre Wachstumsgrenze haben. Ebenso wachsen hier noch Kastanien, Ahorn, Linden, Eichen, Rotbuchen und Eschen. Grund für diese ungewöhnliche Vegetation ist ein Ausläufer des Golfstromes im Zusammenwirken mit der geschützten Lage am Fjord.
Die Bausubstanz der Stadt ist hauptsächlich neueren Datums, da Molde 1940 als letztes Hauptquartier der norwegischen Armee zum größten Teil durch deutsche Streitkräfte zerstört worden war.[2] Seit Gründung der Hochschule Molde im Jahre 1994 ist Molde eine Studentenstadt.

The city of Molde is the administrative center of Møre og Romsdal county, the administrative center of Municipality of Molde, the commercial hub of the Romsdal region, and the seat of the Diocese of Møre. Other main population centers in the municipality include Hjelset, Kleive, and Nesjestranda.
Molde has a maritime, temperate climate, with cool-to-warm summers, and relatively mild winters. The city is nicknamed The Town of Roses.
It is an old settlement which emerged as a trading post in the late Middle Ages. Formal trading rights were introduced in 1614, and the city was incorporated through a royal charter in 1742. Molde was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt)
The city continued to grow throughout the 18th and 19th centuries, becoming a centre for Norwegian textile and garment industry, as well as the administrative center for the region, and a major tourist destination. After World War II, Molde experienced accelerated growth, merging with Bolsøy Municipality and parts of Veøy Municipality on 1 January 1964, and has become a center for not only administrative and public services, but also academic resources and industrial output. Quelle: Wikipedia

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 Don Sutherland
Don Sutherland club
Wonderful sky shot.
5 years ago.
Erika+Manfred club
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Thank you, Don
5 years ago.
 Ko Hummel
Ko Hummel club
sehr schönes Licht
5 years ago.
Erika+Manfred club
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Danke, Ko, war ein wunderbarer Abend. LG erika
5 years ago.
 Jaap van 't Veen
Jaap van 't Veen club
Stunning colours !!
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Erika+Manfred club
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Danke schön.
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 Ulrich John
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Tolles Licht !
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Erika+Manfred club
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Dieses rot war wirklich außergewöhnlich. LG, erika
5 years ago.
 Roxane
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extra !
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Thank you.
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