East Fjords (Iceland)[6 photos]

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Description

East fjords (004)
East fjords (004)
64° 43′ 55″ N, 13° 59′ 27″ W

Eastern Region (Austurland, also known as Austfirðir: “East Fjords”) is a region in eastern Iceland. Its area is 22,721 square kilometres and in 2007 its population was 15,300. The largest town in the region is Egilsstaðir, with a population of 2,300. The oldest municipality is Djúpivogur, which got their trading licence in 1589, had a population of 470 in 2015.

Photos

Photo index

East fjords (001)
East fjords (001)
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East fjords (004)
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East fjords (006)
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East fjords (008)
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East fjords (012)
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East fjords (013)

Pictures taken with a Canon EOS1

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