Place:Grenland, Telemark, Norway

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NameGrenland
TypeRegion
Located inTelemark, Norway


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Grenland is a traditional district in the county of Telemark, in the south of Norway. Located in the southeastern part of the county, Grenland is composed of the municipalities Skien, Porsgrunn, Bamble, Nome, and Siljan. Sometimes the municipalities Kragerø, and Drangedal are considered being part of the area. The region encompasses 1,794 km² and has 122,978 inhabitants (2004), which translates as 12% of the area and 64% of the population of Telemark.

Grenland is the core of a slightly larger traditional district known as Nedre Telemark ("Lower Telemark") which also includes , Sauherad and Heddal.

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