Location of Norðurþing
|Manager||Kristján Þór Magnússon|
|Area||3,729 km2 (1,440 sq mi)|
|Density||0.76/km2 (2.0/sq mi)|
|Postal code(s)||640, 641, 670, 671, 675|
Norðurþing is a municipality located in northern Iceland. Norðurþing was formed in 2006 when the municipalities of Húsavík, Öxarfjörður, Raufarhöfn, and Kelduneshreppur were merged after special elections in January 2006 and the region was officially declared a new municipality on 10 June 2006.
Húsavík is known as the whale watching capital of Europe  and is centrally located for visitors coming to the area who intend to visit Mývatn, Dettifoss, Goðafoss, or the Vatnajökull National Park. Kópasker is home to the Earth Quake Center  and a local folk museum.
Twin towns – sister cities
- "Vinabæir". nordurthing.is (in Icelandic). Norðurþing. Retrieved 2020-02-12.
- Official website (in Icelandic)
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