Agder has a population of 63814 making it is one of the smallest cities in Norway.
It operates on the Europe/Oslo time zone.
Agder is a county (fylke) and historical district of Norway in Norway's southernmost region.
Before 1 January 2020, the region was divided in two counties, Vest-Agder and Aust-Agder. Since the early 1900s, the term Sørlandet ("south country, south land, southland") has been commonly used for this region, sometimes with the inclusion of neighbouring Rogaland. Before that, the area was considered a part of Western Norway.The area was a medieval petty kingdom, and after Norway's unification became known as Egdafylki and later Agdesiden, a county within the kingdom of Norway. The name Agder was not used after 1662, when the area was split into smaller governmental units called Nedenæs, Råbyggela..