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Norwegian cities are cities that can be founded by the Norwegian civilization in Civilization VI and its expansions. The first city founded is the Capital Capital, and the names of future cities are chosen at random from the list below.

The names listed are default names; players can change their cities' names if they choose.

Capital: Nidaros

Possible City Names:

City Name Notes
Avaldsnes Village in Karmøy municipality and site of Harald Fairhair's estate
Bergen 13th century capital of Norway and second largest city
Bjarkøy Former municipality and Viking Age chieftain seat; home of Thorir Hund, one of the chieftains who killed Olaf II at the Battle of Stiklestad
Brattahlíð Estate of Erik the Red in Greenland
Drammen Capital of Buskerud County
Frosta Former seat of Frostathing, one of 4 major things (assemblies) in Norway
Hamar Capital of Hedmark County and Viking Age kaupang (market town)
Hundorp Village in Gudbandsdalen, former seat of the Gudbrand Valley petty kingdom
Karmøy Island and municipality in Norway
Kristiansand Fifth largest city in Norway, founded by Christian IV of Denmark-Norway
Kristiansund City in Møre og Romsdal; formerly Fosna, renamed after Christian VI of Denmark-Norway
Kvitsøy

Smallest municipality of Norway; location of the Kvitsøykrossen, a stone cross where Olaf II made a truce with Erling Skjalgsson, a powerful political leader

Moster Island where Olav Tryggvason is said to have begun the Christianization of Norway
Namsos City in Trøndelag County
Oslo Modern capital and largest city of Norway, founded by Harald Hardrada around 1049 AD
Reykjavík Capital of Iceland
Ringerike Area (and today a municipality) in eastern Norway important during the unification, and Harald Hardrada's birthplace
Sandnæs Largest Norse farmstead in the Western Settlement of medieval Greenland
Sarpsborg Originally known as Borg, it was a place of fortifications built by Olaf II; today the capital of Østfold County
Skedsmo Farm (and today a municipality) in Akershus County, where the tribes of the region of Raumaríki (Romerike) fought against Olaf II
Skien Capital of Telemark County and Viking Age meeting place of inland farmers and marine traders
Sogndal Municipality where Kaupanger Stave Church is located, and where the Eggja stone was found
Stange Farm, village and municipality in Hedmark, point of trade between Hamar and southwards
Stavanger Home of Stavanger Cathedral (1125); fourth largest city and oil capital of Norway
Stiklestad Village in Trøndelag; site of the Battle of Stiklestad
Tjøtta Village in Nordland; home of Hárek of Tjøtta, one of the chieftains who killed Olaf II at the Battle of Stiklestad
Tromsø Capital of Troms County, largest city in Northern Norway and major cultural hub above the Arctic Circle
Tønsberg Capital of Vestfold County and oldest Norwegian city, founded before 871 AD
Verdal Municipality in Trøndelag, where Stiklestad is located
Vinland Old Norse name for areas discovered in North America, stretching from Newfoundland to northeastern New Brunswick in modern-day Canada
Ålesund City in Møre og Romsdal and entrance to the Geirangerfjord; Rollo is thought to have hailed from Giske, a village northwest of Ålesund