Kapp Muyen

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Kapp Muyen (English: Cape Muyden) is a cape just 107 m (350 ft) west of Beerenberg, the stratovolcano which forms the northeastern end of the Norwegian island of Jan Mayen.[1] The point is named after the Dutch whaling master Willem Cornelisz. van Muyden,[1] who was among the first to catch whales at Jan Mayen.


  1. ^ a b "Kapp Muyen - Nes (Jan Mayen)". Norsk Polarinstitutt (2008-01-01). Retrieved 2013-03-10.

Coordinates: 71°5.1′N 8°23.1′W / 71.0850°N 8.3850°W / 71.0850; -8.3850