Where is Austur-Hunavatnssysla in Iceland?

 

Austur-Hunavatnssysla is a region in Iceland!

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Here you will find the location of Austur-Hunavatnssysla on a map.
To see how it currently looks like outside, below are some pictures of the area from online web cameras.
You can also find the distance to the main cities in the region and to cities in the rest of Iceland.


Where is Austur-Hunavatnssysla on the map?




Webcams near Austur-Hunavatnssysla

Bolstaarhli: Blönduós.


Bolstaarhli: Blönduós - Day time
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Bolstaarhli: Blönduós - Current

Siglufjordur: Blönduós.


Siglufjordur: Blönduós - Day time
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Siglufjordur: Blönduós - Current

Hliar: Þverárfjall.


Hliar: Þverárfjall - Day time
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Hliar: Þverárfjall - Current

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Distances

Where is Austur-Hunavatnssysla relative to other places?


Top 10 cities in Iceland and distance from Austur-Hunavatnssysla.

City # Populationkmmiles
Reykjavík1113907188117
Kópavogur226157193120
Akureyri3165639559
Keflavík47930216134
Akranes55606175109
Selfoss65396196122
Vestmannaeyjar74203256159
Grindavík82539230143
Húsavík9233813584
Borgarnes10178315093



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Statistics and Geographics

Iceland is made up of 592 cities in 20 regions.

The region Austur-Hunavatnssysla has 16 cities.

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