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Lyngdalsfjorden

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Primary inflows  Lygna river
Basin countries  Norway
Primary outflow  North Sea
Primary outflows  North Sea
Max. length  16 kilometres (9.9 mi)
Settlements  Alleen, Farsund
Lyngdalsfjorden
Location  Vest-Agder county, Norway
Max. width  1 to 2 km (0.62 to 1.24 mi)

Lyngdalsfjorden is a fjord in Vest-Agder county, Norway. The 16-kilometre (9.9 mi) fjord begins at the village of Alleen in Lyngdal municipality and it flows southwest into Farsund municipality before emptying into the North Sea just south of the town of Farsund. The 1-to-2-kilometre (0.62 to 1.24 mi) wide fjord is fed by the river Lygna at Alleen and it has a couple larger fjords that join the Lyngdalsfjorden. The Åptafjorden joins the Lyngdalsfjorden from the northwest, coming from Sande and Åpta in the Herad area. The large lake Framvaren flows into the Helvikfjorden, which joins the Lyngdalsfjorden from the west.

Map of Lyngdalsfjorden, 4550 Farsund, Norway

References

Lyngdalsfjorden Wikipedia


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