Kong Haakons Halvøy

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Kong Haakons Halvøy is a 12 kilometer long peninsula and mountain ridge in Haakon VII Land at Spitsbergen, Svalbard. The ridge forms a peninsula in the fjord Krossfjorden, and separates the fjord branches Lilliehöökfjorden and Möllerfjorden. The peninsula is named after King Haakon VII of Norway.[1]

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Coordinates: 79°16′00″N 11°46′09″E / 79.2668°N 11.7691°E / 79.2668; 11.7691