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The village centre is located approximately 4 kilometers from the North Sea coasts. The climate is classified as maritime mild, and the flat and open landscape makes the village a windy place. Up until the mid eighties the village experienced relatively heavy snowfalls and the snow tended to stay on the ground throughout the winter months. But due to rising temperatures in the last two decades, heavy snowfalls have become a rare occurrence.
NÃ¦rbÃ¸ is the biggest village in the municipality of HÃ¥, situated in the southernmost corner of the region of Rogaland. According to the Norwegian bureau of statistics the population of NÃ¦rbÃ¸ was 5622 as of January 1, 2008.  NÃ¦rbÃ¸ is a former municipality but got merged into HÃ¥ municipality January 1, 1964. NÃ¦rbÃ¸ is approximately 35 kilometers south of Norwayâ€™s fourth most populous city, Stavanger. It is bordered by the village of Varhaug in the south, by the North Sea to the west, the city of Bryne to the north and hills and meadows to the east. A train line, JÃ¦rbanen, runs from Stavanger in the north to Egersund in the south and passes through the village. A train station is located in the village centre. The RV 44, a major thoroughfare also passes through NÃ¦rbÃ¸ on the south eastern outskirts of village. The municipality of HÃ¥ is one the most important agricultural areas of Norway with almost half of the land in the municipality being used for agricultural purposes. The area is sometimes referred to as the breadbasket of Norway because of its large agricultural sector. The name NÃ¦rbÃ¸ dates back to 1834 when the two church congregations of NjÃ¦rheim and BÃ¸ were amalgamated and the inauguration of the new church at SkjÃ¦rpe took place.
The region is an important agricultural area and subsequently a great proportion of the inhabitants are employed in this sector. The village has one of Norway's biggest dairies which produces 82,2 million litres of milk each year. The dairy also makes the famous Jarlsberg and Norvegia cheese in addition to butter and other dairy products. The dairy employes 64 people. The Kverneland Group, the worlds largest ploughing manufacturer has production facilities in NÃ¦rbÃ¸. The company employs 2300 people world wide. The village also has an abattoir and local shopping centers. Because of NÃ¦rbÃ¸ close proximity to the cities of Sandnes and Stavanger the village has attracted many new inhabitants hailing from those two cities, largely due to more affordable real estate in NÃ¦rbÃ¸, and a relatively short commute between the areas. Stavanger is approximately 35 kilometers away, and Sandnes only 25 kilometers. NÃ¦rbÃ¸ has four elementary schools (Motland skule, BÃ¸ skule, Vigre skule, HÃ¸yland skule), and a high school (NÃ¦rbÃ¸ Ungdomsskule). It also has a private Christian College (Tryggheim)
Archaeologists have found traces of human activity dating back as far as 6000 years B.C in the area. Most of these findings have been in the vicinity of the HÃ¥ River, which flows from the hills in the east of the municipality to the ocean in the west. These early inhabitants were mostly hunters that survived on fishing and small game hunting. In 3000 B.C. the area was covered by large oak and pine forests. It is also during that time that people started to settle down and farm the land. The transition from hunting to agriculture led to the clearing of most of the forests. The region also played an important part in the Viking age (eight to eleventh century). NÃ¦rbÃ¸ is 35 kilometers south of Hafrsfjord, where In 872 the battle of Hafrsfjord took place. The western parts of Norway were unified under one monarch after this battle In 950 Erik the Red, founder of the first Norse settlement in Greenland was born in Ã¸ksnevad 17 kilometers north of NÃ¦rbÃ¸. Erik the Red was also the father of the famous Viking explorer Leiv Erikson, who was the first European to set foot on the American mainland in 1003. In 968 Olav Trygvason, king of Norway from 995 to 1000 was born in Obrestad just outside the village of NÃ¦rbÃ¸. Olav Trygvason played a big part in bringing Christianity to Norway and is believed to have built the first church in Norway in 995. He also founded the city of Trondheim in 997. In 1349 the black plague killed nearly 2/3 of the population in the area. In 1834 the village was given its present day name, which coincided with the inauguration of the new church. In 1878 the JÃ¦rbanen rail line was completed. In 1940 the Germans invaded Norway and large areas of the coastline of JÃ¦ren was lined with high explosive mines. The Germans forced many of the Norwegian males in the area to work as laboures for the German occupying forces. 
Notable people from/living/lived in NÃ¦rbÃ¸
* Audun Skeidsvoll - Consumer Politics Director of Norwegian Consumer Council * Georg Fredrik Rieber-Mohn - Former National Attorney. * Gunnar Torvund - Artist. * Helge Torvund - Writer * Svein Inge Aarrestad - Entertainer, musician, composer, builder and writer. * SÃ¸ren Sviland - Award-winning photographer. * Ã˜yvind Sviland - Did some acting on stage and in a movie as a child and a teenager. * Norodd Torland - Strong-man that did some guest appearances at the Torkel Ravndal shows. TorkelRavndal.com. * Trond Are - Guitarist in Sea of Dreams SeaOfDreams - A melodic metal band. * Kenneth Eidsaunet - Got the position as asst. trainer for Bryne F.K. football team after years of volunteer work for little league teams and teen football in the region. * Kjetil Vigre - Fitness trainer for the Norwegian National alpine skiing team. * Egil BjÃ¸rlÃ¸v - MD that worked as regional doctor for Finmark. Works now for Stavanger county. * Frank Lervik - Local basketball star. Played for Bryne Basket Klubb for many years, and was famous for his frequent three-pointers. Is still active as a coach for troubled youngsters at MÃ¸llerhaugen Centre. * Henriette Henriksen - Handball player that has played for the national handball team. * Jostein Goa - Local missionary. Lived and preached in Bolivia from 1990 to 1999. * Egil Ã˜ NÃ¦rland - Editor of news and Sportswriter at Stavanger Aftenblad. * Tore NÃ¦rland - Blind cyclist who works hard for world peace. * Anders Midttun - Artist (paint and lito). Deceased. * Ragnvald SkjÃ¦rpe - Famous entrepreneur and supervisor of the SkjÃ¦rpe plow: A specialized plow made for breaking new ground into farmland using a bulldozer. * Espen Vigre. Singer in the local punkrock band "Siesta". Notable for his outgoing style onstage, which for many years included stage diving, onstage weed smoking and several obscene gestures while singing about alcohol and sexual intercourse with girls under the legal limit. * Aslak Moen - Popular singer/songwriter. Has produced several music videos. * Gabriel Underhaug - Award-winning designer of potato machinery * Ã…dne Underhaug - Inventor of the famous DRYGOLIN house paint at Fleischers * Bob Mellomstrand(aka Kiwi-Bob) - Has risen to fame through making a living on returning expired groceries for money. He's been featured in several TV shows. * Kjell Gudmestad - Among Norway's highest regarded guitar technicians. Builds and repairs guitars for a variety of notable artists.Coordinates: 58Â°40â€²N 5Â°39â€²Eï»¿ / ï»¿58.667Â°N 5.65Â°Eï»¿ / 58.667; 5.65 * TÃ¸nnes Lode famous shopkeeper before and after the second World War. He was the brain behind "Lode Bygget" in down town of NÃ¦rbÃ¸
NÃ¦rbÃ¸ is the only place in Norway which has an annual Formula 3 race. The race takes place on the streets of the village centre. The track is approximately 1200 meters long and ranges from 6 to 8 meters in width. The festival started in 1997 and has been a popular event ever since, attracting people from all over the country. Speeds in excess of 200 kilometers an hour has been reached on several occasions. The event has been referred to by the locals as a miniature version of the Monte Carlo Grand Prix. In 2006 one of the formula 3 cars came crashing over one of the concrete guard blocks lining the outer perimeter of the track and smashed into the crowd, killing a 16 year old spectator. Many feared that this would be the end of the event, but stricter security measures have been introduced and approvals have been granted for future festivals. 
Places of interest
The HÃ¥ Vicarage was built in 1637 and is located to the west of the village and overlooks the North Sea. It has been fully renovated and these days itâ€™s used as an art gallery. It also has a museum on the ground floor. The landscape surrounding the Vicarage has several Viking burial mounds. GrÃ¸delandstunet is located to the south west of NÃ¦rbÃ¸ near the coast and is a traditional farm house that has been turned into a museum. The purpose of the museum is to give visitors the impression of how people in the region used to live in earlier times. Because of NÃ¦rbÃ¸ close proximity to the North Sea the village is blessed with easy access to several beaches, which are popular destinations for the local population during the summer months. The largest beach in Norway, Brusand beach, is only a 15 minute drive away. The beaches are also popular with surfers and are considered to be some of the better spots in Europe for wave surfing due to the rough seas the area experiences in the autumn and the winter months. The NÃ¦rbÃ¸ Park is located about half a kilometer away from the village centre. It contains a big man-made pond, a pine forest and several footpaths. The park is known for its exotic bird population, that live inside the fenced-in park. The HÃ¥ River which flows through the HÃ¥ municipality is one of the best salmon rivers in the country and attracts many visitors. Special fishing permits can be bought from the local farmers that own the various sections of the river. Obrestad lighthouse is located to the south west of the vilage. It was built in 1873 and renovated in 1949. Today it is fully automated and owned by the Norwegian coastal administration. The lighthouse is protected by the Cultural Heritage Act. The lighthouse is open to the public through guided tours. There is also a marina in the area sheltered by a man-made jetty. There is a weather station at the light house and on June 2nd 1975, there was a record low -0.9Â°C. This is the lowest temperature for June month in Rogaland measured in modern times.
Sports is very popular in NÃ¦rbÃ¸, and the village has top of the range sports facilities. The village boasts two indoor handball fields, one ice hockey rink, a swimming pool and several outdoor football pitches. In 1993 the sports administration centre in Loen burnt down to the ground and an effort to rebuild it was immediately undertaken. The rebuilding process was mainly achieved by voluntary work by the local population, commonly known as dugnad. More than 850 locals were involved in the building process and almost 15 000 working hours were put down to achieve this goal. Two years later the new administration centre was finally inaugurated.
One of the largest prisons in Norway, Ã…na kretsfengsel, which was originally built as a labor camp in 1912 and later transformed into an ordinary prison, is located 3 kilometers south of the village centre. The prison has a high security wing with a capacity to house 219 inmates, and a low security wing with a capacity to house 24 inmates. Ã…na Kretsfengsel is the only prison in Norway that has four man cells, something that has led to criticism of inhuman treatment of the inmates. The prison is surrounded by farmland and has one of Norwayâ€™s biggest farms.