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Åbjøra or Åelva is a river in the municipality of Bindal in Nordland county, Norway. It begins in the mountains between the Tosen fjord and the Namdalen valley. The 59-kilometre (37 mi) long river passes through some lakes, including the lake Åbjørvatnet, then past the village of Åbygda, and ends in the Osan fjord, not far from the village of Terråk. It is a small river but good for fishing for salmon or sea trout.[1]

Åbjøra is located in Nordland
Location of the river
Åbjøra is located in Norway
Åbjøra (Norway)
MunicipalitiesBindal Municipality
Physical characteristics
 ⁃ locationBindal, Norway
 ⁃ coordinates65°04′43″N 12°53′46″E [2]
 ⁃ elevation268 metres (879 ft)
MouthOsan fjord
 ⁃ location
Bindal, Norway
 ⁃ coordinates
65°01′29″N 12°46′05″E [3]
 ⁃ elevation
0 metres (0 ft)
Length59 km (37 mi)
Basin size520 km2(200 sq mi)


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