in Alstadhaug, which also contained the fylking, while Levanger was the main port and market town. This mini mall is too much of a concrete slab, and doesn't harmonize with the surroundings. There are many lakes in the municipality, including Byavatnet, Feren, Hammervatnet, Hoklingen, Movatnet, and Snningen.
Wist (18641923) Norwegian American newspaper editor, journalist and author Knut Knudsen (1950-present) Retired cyclist Marit Breivik (1955-present) Former handball player and former head coach for the Norwegian women's national handball team References External links. In 1838, the formannskapsdistrikt law classified this town as a ladestad or port town. In 2002, Levanger joined the Cittaslow movement, although there've been some violations of the Cittaslow charter, of which can be mentioned the construction of the unharmonic new mini mall in Sjgata, down by the seaside. Levanger Hospital is also a major employer in the municipality. Prior to the merger, the town had 1,669 residents.