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The fairest fjord of all
Arnarfjörður, 5-10 kilometers wide and 30 kilometers long, is bordered by Sléttanes to the north and Kópanes to the south. At its head, it forks at the Langanes promontory to form Suðurfirðir to the south and Borgarfjörður and Dynjandisvogur to the north. The bay of Dynjandisvogur is fed by the waterfall Dynjandi (“Thunderer”), which plummets over the edge of the cliff. Measuring 30 meters wide at the top and 60 meters at the bottom, Dynjandi is about 100 meters high, the most impressive waterfall in the West Fjords and one of the most beautiful in all Iceland
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