Å (disambiguation)

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Å (historically Aa) is a letter used in several Scandinavian, High German, and Finno-Permic languages.

Å may also refer to:


Å ([o:]) means stream or river in Scandinavian languages. A number of places have been named Å:


  • Å, Denmark, a village on the south coast of Fyn island


  • Å, Andøy, a village in Andøy municipality, Nordland county
  • Å, Ibestad, a village in Ibestad municipality, Troms county
  • Å, Lavangen, a village in Lavangen municipality, Troms county
  • Å, former name for a parish in Lyngdal municipality, Vest-Agder county
  • Å, Meldal, a village in Meldal municipality, Trøndelag county
  • Å, Moskenes, a village in Moskenes municipality, Nordland county
  • Å, Tranøy, a village in Tranøy municipality, Troms county
  • Å, Åfjord, a village in Åfjord municipality, Trøndelag county
  • Åfjord, a municipality in Trøndelag county (called Å from 1896–1963)


  • Å, Sweden, a village in Norrköping municipality, Östergötland county


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