Haugesund is a seaport in south-west Norway near Stavanger. The town extends over the small islands of Risoy, which has a modern harbour, and Hasseloy. In 1965 Haugesund annexed Torvastad on the island of Karmoy, with which it is connected by a bridge over the Karmsund. The town is an important fishing and processing centre for herring, mackerel, and lobster. Haugesund has an art gallery and a city museum, and is the site of the annual Norwegian film festival. A little to the north is Haraldshaugen, reputedly the burial place of Harold I, the 10th-century king who united Norway.
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