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- Hel ! a.k.a. Hel is a town in Puck County, Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland, located on the tip of the Hel Peninsula, some 33 kilometres from the Polish mainland.
- Hel ! a.k.a. Helsinki Airport is the main international airport of the Helsinki metropolitan region and the whole of Finland with about 15.3 million passengers annually. It serves as the hub for Finnair, the Finnish flag carrier, as well as a base for Blue1, Norwegian Air Shuttle and Flybe Nordic.
Who is HEL !?
Hel ! a.k.a. V'gandr: V'gandr is a musical artist.
- also known as Ørjan Nordvik, Hel
- born on (37 years ago)
- profession: Musician
- member of musical groups:
- Hel ! a.k.a. Hel is a Swedish vikingarock band, based in Eskilstuna, Södermanland. The band's name is derived from the Norse goddess Hel.
- Hel ! a.k.a. Hel is a musical group.
Hel ! a.k.a. Hel is the fictional representation of the Norse god.
- in films:
- "Hel !" is a musical album of Charta 77.
- also known as Hel ! bonus
- released in (21 years ago)
- "Hel !" a.k.a. "Hel" is a musical album of Melencolia Estatica.
- released on
- "Hel !" a.k.a. "Hel" is a musical album of Nina Kernicke.
- released on (5 years ago)
- Hel ! a.k.a. Hel: In Norse mythology, Hel is a being who presides over a realm of the same name, where she receives a portion of the dead. Hel is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources, and the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson. In addition, she is mentioned in poems recorded in Heimskringla and Egils saga that date from the 9th and 10th centuries, respectively. An episode in the Latin work Gesta Danorum, written in the 12th century by Saxo Grammaticus, is generally considered to refer to Hel, and Hel may appear on various Migration Period bracteates.
- also known as 赫尔
- Hel ! a.k.a. Hel: In Norse mythology, Hel, the realm, shares a name with Hel, the female figure associated with and the guardian of the location formally known as either Hel or Helheim. In late Icelandic sources, varying descriptions of Hel are given and various figures are described as being buried with items that will facilitate their journey to Hel after their death. In the Poetic Edda, Brynhildr's trip to Hel after her death is described and Odin, while alive, also visits Hel upon his horse Sleipnir. In Snorri Sturluson's Prose Edda, Baldr goes to Hel upon death and subsequently Hermóðr uses Sleipnir to attempt to retrieve him. "Hel-shoes" are described in Gísla saga.
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