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The fishing village of Bud

The fishing village of Bud Photo: Destinasjon Molde & Romsdal AS/Øivind Leren The fishing village of Bud Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life AS/Fjord Norway The fishing village of Bud Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life AS/Fjord Norway The fishing village of Bud Photo: Destinasjon Molde & Romsdal AS - Øivind Leren The fishing village of Bud Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life AS/Fjord Norway
The fishing village of Bud Photo: Destinasjon Molde & Romsdal AS/Øivind Leren
The fishing village of Bud Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life AS/Fjord Norway
The fishing village of Bud Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life AS/Fjord Norway
The fishing village of Bud Photo: Destinasjon Molde & Romsdal AS - Øivind Leren
The fishing village of Bud Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life AS/Fjord Norway

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In the 16th and 17th century Bud was the biggest trading post between Bergen and Trondheim. The last meeting of the national council in Norway was held here in 1533 under the leadership of Archbishop Olav Engelbrektsson. Today, Bud is still an active and charming fishing village with several good fish restaurants.

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  • Harbour facility

    • guest harbour
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    • hairdresser
    • petrol station
    • service shop

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The fishing village of Bud - Photo: Destinasjon Molde & Romsdal AS/Øivind Leren

The fishing village of Bud

In the 16th and 17th century Bud was the biggest trading post between Bergen and Trondheim. The last meeting of the national council in Norway was...

The fishing village of Bud

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