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Ungmennafélagið Víkingur, also known as Víkingur Ólafsvík , is an Icelandic football club from the town of Ólafsvík located on the west coast of Iceland situated on the western end of the Snæfellsnes. They played in the Úrvalsdeild, the Icelandic top tier, for the first time in 2013.
Ungmennafélagið Fjölnir, commonly known as Fjölnir, is a multi-sport club from Iceland. The club is located in Grafarvogur, Reykjavík.
Körfuknattleiksdeild Fjölnis, also known as Fjölnir, is an Icelandic basketball team based in Grafarvogur, Reykjavík. It is part of the Fjölnir sport club.
Ólafsvík is a small town in Iceland on the northern side of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula. At one point in the 17th and 18th centuries, commercial vessels sailed between Ólafsvík and Denmark, and the village was one of the larger trading ports in Iceland.
Ólavsøka is the biggest summer festival in the Faroe Islands, and by most Faroese considered as the national holiday of the Faroes along with Flagday on 25 April. Ólavsøka is celebrated for several days, but the day itself is on July 29.
Fjölnir is a legendary king in Norse mythology said to have been the son of Freyr (Frey) and his consort Gerðr (Gertha).
Fjölnir is a programming language developed by professor Snorri Agnarsson of computer science at Háskóli Íslands (University of Iceland) that was mostly used in the 1980s. The source files usually have the extension fjo or sma.
Fjölnir was an Icelandic-language journal published annually in Copenhagen from 1835 to 1847. The journal was founded by the Fjölnismenn (literally, "men of Fjölnir"), four young Icelandic intellectuals who sought to revive national consciousness in Iceland in the hopes of raising support for Icelandic independence.
Fjölnisvöllur is a football stadium in Iceland. It is located in Grafarvogur, Reykjavík, and seats 700 individuals in one stand, but can hold about 500 standing spectators additionally.
Fjölnir may refer to the following: