Nybergsund IL-Trysil is a Norwegian football club located in Nybergsund in Trysil. It currently plays in the Norwegian Second Division, having been relegated from Adeccoligaen in 2011 after four seasons on the second tier.
Toten is a traditional district in Innlandet county in the eastern part of Norway. It consists of the municipalities Østre Toten and Vestre Toten.
Totenkopf is the German word for the skull and crossbones (or "death's head") symbol.
Totentanz : Paraphrase on Dies irae, S.126, is the name of a work for solo piano and orchestra by Franz Liszt notable for being based on the Gregorian plainchant melody Dies irae as well as for stylistic innovations. It was first planned in 1838, completed and published in 1849, and revised in 1853 and 1859.
Toteng is a village in the north west of Botswana, Ngamiland. The town is the location of the oldest "directly dated evidence of cattle in southern Africa".
Totenpass is a German term sometimes used for inscribed tablets or metal leaves found in burials primarily of those presumed to be initiates into Orphic, Dionysiac, and some ancient Egyptian and Semitic religions. The term may be understood in English as a "passport for the dead".
Totensonntag , also called Ewigkeitssonntag (Eternity Sunday) or Totenfest, is a Northern German and Dutch Protestant religious holiday commemorating the dead. It falls on the last Sunday before the First of the Sundays of Advent (i.e.
Totentanz is a composition for baritone, mezzo-soprano, and orchestra by the British composer Thomas Adès. The work was commissioned by Robin Boyle in memory of the composer Witold Lutosławski and of his wife Danuta.
Totentanz , Op. 12/2, is a composition of 14 motets by Hugo Distler which he composed in 1934 for Totensonntag.
Tottenham () is a district of North London, England, in the London Borough of Haringey. It is 5.9 miles north-north-east of Charing Cross and lies in between Edmonton, Walthamstow, Harringay, Stamford Hill and Wood Green.
Totesee is a small natural lake (18 ha or 44 acres) at the Grimsel Pass in Switzerland. The lake lies immediately to the south of the natural watershed and cantonal boundary at the pass.
Nybergsund is a village in the municipality of Trysil in Hedmark, Norway with a population of 363. The village is best known for serving as a hiding place for the Norwegian royal family and Cabinet and sustaining German bombing during the German conquest of Norway.
Nybergsund Stadion is an association football venue located in Trysil, Norway. It is the home ground of Nybergsund IL-Trysil in the First Division.
Reserve teams in Norwegian association football play in the ordinary league system. They are always attached to their first teams with a "2" suffix, must play in a lower league than the first team, and cannot play in the Premier League or First Division.