Nóatún (mythology)

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Njörðr and Skaði on the way to Nóatún (1882) by Friedrich Wilhelm Heine

In Norse mythology, Nóatún (Old Norse "ship-enclosure"[1]) is the abode of the god Njörðr, described in the Prose Edda book Gylfaginning as located "in heaven".[2]

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  1. ^ Orchard (1997:119).
  2. ^ Faulkes (1995:23).

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