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Råde

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Country  Norway
Administrative centre  Karlshus
Demonym(s)  Rådesokning Råsokning
Area  119 km²
Local time  Saturday 6:55 PM
County  Østfold
Area rank  373 in Norway
Time zone  CET (UTC+1)
Population  6,946 (2011)
Official language form  Bokmål
Råde httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediacommonsthu
Weather  8°C, Wind SW at 16 km/h, 57% Humidity
Points of interest  Oslofjord, Råde bygdetun, Fugleleiken, Åvensundet, Tingstedet

Råde is a municipality in Østfold county, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Karlshus. The parish of Raade was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt).

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Map of R%C3%A5de Municipality, Norway

The neighbouring municipalities are Rygge, Våler, Sarpsborg, and Fredrikstad. There are four major villages in the municipality: Karlshus, Saltnes, Missingmyr, and Slangsvold.

Name

The municipality (originally the parish) is named after the old Råde farm (Old Norse: Róða), since the first church was built here. The name is identical with the word róða which means "bar, pole, or rod". Here it is referring to one of Norway's many terminal moraines, and the farm and the church named after it. Prior to 1921, the name was written "Raade".

Coat-of-arms

The coat-of-arms is from modern times. They were granted on 30 May 1980. The arms are canting for the name of the municipality. It shows a yellow bend on a green background. The arms thus symbolise the moraine and glacial path from the Ice ages that runs through the municipality. The colour green symbolises the fertile soil.

Råde Church

Råde church (Råde kirke) is a medieval era church in Råde parish. The church belongs to Vestre Borgesyssel deanery in Diocese of Borg. The church dates from 1185 and is of Romanesque style. The edifice is of brick and stone and has 300 seats. The church has a rectangular nave and narrow choir with an apse which is semicircular. The baptismal font is from the 1500s and the altarpiece is from 1638. The altarpiece was painted both in 1862 and 1918. In 1950-60, the altarpiece was restored. The church was extensively repaired in 1860-1862. In the late 1950s, restoration work initiated.

Climate

Climate data is supplied by Rygge meteorological station by the airport, located right on the border between Rygge and Råde.

References

Råde Wikipedia


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