|Native name: |
|Adjacent bodies of water||Atlantic ocean|
|Length||10.98 km (6.823 mi)|
|Capital and largest||Reykjavík|
|President||Guðni Th. Jóhannesson|
|Area covered||102,775 km2 (39,682 sq mi)|
Hjörsey (Icelandic pronunciation: [çœːr̥seiː]) is the largest island in western Iceland and the third largest in Iceland. It was part of the traditional county of Mýrasýsla; there used to be a church on Hjörsey, but it was taken apart in 1896. The island was also formerly home to a farm. While there is no human population on the island, a wild herd of horses is able to roam the island freely.
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- McMahon, Sara (12 February 2014). "A heartwarming story of a unique friendship between a four-year-old girl and a foal". Iceland Magazine. Imag ehf. Retrieved 3 July 2017.
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