1767 in Norway
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List of years in Norway
Events in the year 1767 in Norway.
- 3 July — Norway's oldest newspaper, still in print, Adresseavisen, is founded (first edition published this date).
- 17 July — The Trondheim Society received royal affirmation of its status as the Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters.
- The first known competition of winter sport biathlon takes place, in Norway.
- The first sections of the Hotel Refsnes Gods are erected.
Arts and literature
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- 19 September - Thomas Angell, merchant and philanthropist (born 1692).
- 16 December – Baltzer Fleischer, civil servant and county governor (born 1703).
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- Lee, Phil. The Rough Guide to Norway. Penguin, 2009. 51. ISBN 1-4053-8430-1
- Judd, Ron C. The Winter Olympics: An Insider's Guide to the Legendsm, the Lore, and the Game. Seattle, WA: Mountaineers Books, 2009. 196. ISBN 1-59485-063-1
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