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Nyberg

Nyberg is a Scandinavian surname. Notable people with this surname include:

Nybergsund

Nybergsund is a village in the municipality of Trysil in Hedmark, Norway with a population of 363. The village is best known for serving as a hiding place for the Norwegian royal family and Cabinet and sustaining German bombing during the German conquest of Norway.

Nybergsund IL-Trysil

Nybergsund IL-Trysil is a Norwegian football club located in Nybergsund in Trysil. It currently plays in the Norwegian Second Division, having been relegated from Adeccoligaen in 2011 after four seasons on the second tier.

Nyberg-Swanson House

The Nyberg-Swanson House (also known as the Charles Nelson Reilly House) is a historic home in Dania Beach, Florida.

Nyberg Automobile

Nyberg was the name of an early American automobile manufacturing company, now defunct. Henry Nyberg of Chicago, Illinois, saw an opportunity in the nascent auto industry and purchased the Rider-Lewis Motor Company of Anderson, Indiana, in 1910. The Nyberg company enlarged operations when it began assembling automobiles.

Reserve teams in Norwegian football

Reserve teams in Norwegian association football play in the ordinary league system. They are always attached to their first teams with a "2" suffix, must play in a lower league than the first team, and cannot play in the Premier League or First Division.

Nybergsund Stadion

Nybergsund Stadion is an association football venue located in Trysil, Norway. It is the home ground of Nybergsund IL-Trysil in the First Division.

Nyborg

Nyborg is a city in central Denmark, located in Nyborg Municipality on the island of Funen and with a population of 16,528 (as of 1 January 2014).

Nyborg Slot

Nyborg Slot is a restored medieval castle in Nyborg on the Danish island of Funen. The castle figures prominently in Danish history.

Nyborg T.G.N.1

The Nyborg T.G.N.1 was a single-seat experimental sailplane built in the early 1930s, its unusual wing design a scaled-up version of the wings of large birds.