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Å (Norwegian pronunciation: [oː], from “å” meaning “stream”) is a village in the municipality of Moskenes in Nordland county, Norway. It is located towards the southern end of the Lofoten archipelago. It is connected to the rest of the archipelago by the European route E10 highway. This part of the highway is also called King Olav’s Road.
The frequently stolen road sign approaching the village of Å
Until the 1990s, Å was mainly a small fishing village specializing in stockfish, but since then tourism has taken over as the main economic activity. The town features the Lofoten Stockfish Museum and the Norwegian Fishing Village Museum as two big tourist attractions. In May 2004, Å became the starting point of a cycling trip from A to B (with B represented by Bee, Nebraska).2