Glåmdalen is a valley in Hedmark county in Eastern Norway formed by the river Glomma (also called Glåma). Glåmdalen is also a newer designation for the traditional district around the river Glomma, especially Odalen, Solør and in a wider sense the name is used also by Østerdalen.


Regional Councils in Norway (Interkommunale regionråd) are inter-municipal political cooperation bodies between neighboring municipalities in a district or particular geographical area. Each is operated with its own statutes or cooperative agreements on a wide field of activity. Seven municipalities in Hedmark cooperate in the Glåmdal Regional Council (Glåmdal regionråd):[1]


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