Tana Travel Guide

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Tana has 3060 inhabitants and covers an area of 4045 km2. The administrative centre is Tana bru. With its length of 330 km, the Tana River is Norway’s third longest river and represents the national border with Finland. The highest mountain is Rastegaissa (1067 metres above sea level). Tana is a trilingual borough (Norwegian, Sami, Finnish). Commerce and industry: Agriculture, reindeer farming, mining and services. The border crossing to Finland is at Polmak/Nuorgam and over the Samiland Bridge (Samelandsbro).

Tana Tourist Information
Miløbygget, 9845 Tana
Tel. +47 78 92 53 99
Fax +47 78 92 53 09
E-mail : turistinfo@tana.kommune.no
Web: www.tana.kommune.no

Opening times:

3th June to 20th August: 10.00 - 20.00
Otherwise: 08.00 - 15.30
Location: Tana bru.

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October 30, 2006 change by giorgio

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