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Espeland train station on Gamle Vossebanen

Espeland is a village in Arna borough in Bergen, Norway. It is located north of the lake Haukelandsvatnet and the mountain Livarden. The village of Indre Arna lies about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) to the north. As of January 1, 2008, the population of the Espeland urban area is 1937. The urban area covers a land area of 2.14 square kilometres, and has a population density of 905 per square kilometre.[1] Espeland is known for the Espeland concentration camp, built by Germans 1942–1943.


Coordinates: 60°23′00″N 5°28′00″E / 60.3833°N 5.46667°E / 60.3833; 5.46667