Beaches, Fishing

The North Cape in Norwegian Nordkapp, is a cliff of grayish-black slate, grooved by deep cleaves, which rises hastily from the sea on the north side of the isle of Magerøy. It is regarded as the northernmost point in Europe, though in fact the cape of Knivskjelodden reaches vaguely farther north. The most northerly point on the mainland is the peninsula of Nordkinn or Nordkyn or Kinnarodden, between the Laksefjord and the Tanafjord, 68km/42mi east of the North Cape in latitude 71°8'1" north and longitude 27°40'9" east. Honningsvåg and North Cape is the northernmost fishing township in Norway with about 100 inhabitants.

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