Latest matcher run: Wed, 13 Jan 2021 17:23
Wikidata tags already added to OSM with this tool.
36 candidates found
Language order preference. edit
The following matches are less certain, mostly because the OSM and Wikidata locations are too far apart.
Håkås (pronounced [ˈhòːkɔs]; from Old Norse Haukáss, "hawk hill"), formerly spelled Haagaas and Haakaas, is a hill and an area near the lake Øyeren in Båstad in Trøgstad, Østfold, Norway, 25 kilometres southeast of Oslo. It is also the name of three neighbouring farms in the immediate vicinity of the hill. In 2016 the Håkås nature reserve was established by the King-in-Council; consisting of the Håkås forests near Øyeren, it was fully protected due to its importance to biodiversity.
Skjønhaug is a village in the municipality of Trøgstad, Norway. Its official population, as of 2005, was 1,817.
Høgbråten er ein ås i Indre Østfold kommune i Viken. Han har ei høgd på 280 meter over havet og er det 18. høgaste punktet i Østfold av åsane med primærfaktor på minst 50 meter.
Knapstad is a village in the municipality of Hobøl, Norway. Its population (2005) is 1,133, of which 78 people live within the border of the neighboring municipality Spydeberg.
Ringvoll is a village in the municipality of Hobøl, Norway. Its population (2005) is 473.
Slitu is a village in the municipality of Eidsberg, Norway. Its population (2005) is 543, of which seven people live within the border of the neighboring municipality of Trøgstad.
Trømborg is a small village in the municipality of Eidsberg, Norway. Its population (2019) is 263. Footballer Rune Buer Johansen began his career here.
Heiås is a village in the municipality of Trøgstad, Norway. Its population (SSB 2005) is 654.
Tomter is a village in Indre Østfold municipality in the county of Viken, Norway. Its population (2019) is 1,949. It is the largest village in the earlier municipality, Hobøl, now part of Indre Østfold. Tomter is situated approximately 40 kilometres south of Norway's capital, Oslo, and approximately 15 kilometres northwest of the biggest city in Indre Østfold, Askim. Oslo is easily reached with a 40 minute train ride from Tomter Station. Tomter is one of five villages and cities in Indre Østfold municipality. The others being: Spydeberg, Skjønhaug, Mysen and Askim. Tomter's population has been incrasing heavily the last few years, because of its close proximity to the capital, and train station. Because of this, there is always a lot of construction and development all over the town. Since 2012, Tomter's population has increased with almost 500.
Havnås is a village in the municipality of Trøgstad, Norway. Its population (2005) is 213.
Mysen is the administrative center of the municipality of Eidsberg in the county of Østfold in Norway.
Hærland is a village in the municipality of Eidsberg, Norway.
Kykkelsrud is a village in Askim municipality, Norway. Located a few kilometres west of the town Askim, it is a part of the urban area of the same name, which has a population of 12,570. Kykkelsrud, located on the east bank of the Glomma river, has a power plant which harnesses the Kykkelsrud waterfall.
Tosebygda is a village in the municipality of Trøgstad, Norway. It is located at 59°38′27″N 11°14′2″E in the western part of the municipality, between Askim and Skjønhaug.
Heer is a village in Akershus, Norway.
Heia Station (Norwegian: Heia stasjon) is located at Heia in Rakkestad, Norway on the Eastern Østfold Line. The station is served by the Oslo Commuter Rail line 560 from Oslo S during rush hour. Heia Station was opened in 1896.
station code: HEI; UIC station code: 7600538; IBNR ID: 7600154
Knapstad Station (Norwegian: Knapstad holdeplass) is located at Knapstad in Hobøl, Norway on the Østfold Line. The railway station is served by the Oslo Commuter Rail line L22 from Oslo Central Station. The station was opened in 1912.
UIC station code: 7600531; IBNR ID: 7600147; station code: KNA