How Kidderminster Harriers hit it big in a Norwegian coastal town | Kidderminster Harriers

On the west coast of Norway, spread across the islands of Hessa, Aspøya, Nørvøya and Uksenøya, lies the town of Ålesund. It is not a large place, but it brims with appeal. Once razed to the ground at the turn of the 20th century by a devastating fire, it was rebuilt in stone by the finest Norwegian and German architects of the era. Ålesund’s colourful townhouses and harbourside promenades, where the streets shake hands with the sea, attract thousands of visitors every year. One spot is particularly intriguing to football fans.

At the junction where Kaiser Wilhem’s Gate meets…


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