View of the northwest part of the island of Spitzbergen, Svalbard which forms a peninsula separated from the rest of the island by the Isfjorden on the bottom left and the Wijdefjorden on the right. This part of the island is particularly notable for the red sandstone mountains that contrast here with the white of the glaciers and the green coasts of the fjords. Uses data from the Norwegian Polar Institute (CC-By 4.0).
|Location:||16.693° E, 78.494° N|
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