Vilhena is a municipality (commune) in Norway, located in the North-East of the County (fylke) of Finnmark. Borders the Botsford to the East, the Tana to the South, and vadsø in the South-East.
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From the airport Vilhena are daily flights to Hammerfest and tromsø and vadsø and Kirkenes. The main industries are fishing, fish processing, trade and public and private service.
From 1913 to 1975, it was built four breakwater to protect the Harbor from waves of the Arctic ocean.
When the German troops at the end of the Second world war (September 1944 to February 1945) retreated, they used the scorched earth policy, and all the buildings in the Vilhena was destroyed.
In the commune there are two rivers that hold salmon.