Vågå is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The municipality comprises 1,330 km. The administrative centre is the village of Vågåmo.
The parish of Vaage was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). The areas of Sel and Heidal were separated from the municipality of Vågå to become separate municipalities of their own on 1 January 1908.
VAGA is an artists’ rights organization and copyright collective, representing over 6,000 visual artists worldwide.
Våga may refer to the following locations:
- Våga, Hordaland, a village in Sveio municipality, Hordaland, Norway
- Våga, Vest-Agder, a village in Lindesnes municipality, Vest-Agder, Norway
- Våga, or Vågaholmen, the administrative centre of Rødøy municipality, Nordland, Norway
Vaga is the name of several rural localities in Russia.Modern rural localities
- Vaga, Arkhangelsk Oblast, a railway station classified as a rural locality under the administrative jurisdiction of the town of district significance of Velsk in Velsky District of Arkhangelsk Oblast
- Vaga, Bryansk Oblast, a settlement in Chelkhovsky Rural Administrative Okrug of Klimovsky District in Bryansk Oblast;
- Vaga, Kirov Oblast, a village in Ozernitsky Rural Okrug of Slobodskoy District in Kirov Oblast
- Vaga, former name of Shenkursk, a town in Shenkursky District of Arkhangelsk Oblast
Vaga, Vecca and lately Theodorias is an ancient city in Tunisia built by the Berbers and ruled sequentially by the Carthaginians, the Numidians, the Romans, the Vandals and the Byzantines until it was captured by the Arabs who changed its name to the present day Béja. The town was the capital of the Numidian Kingdom during the rule of Jugurtha.