Radfjorden

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Radfjorden
Radfjorden is located in Hordaland
Radfjorden
Radfjorden
Location in Hordaland county
Location Hordaland county, Norway
Coordinates 60°35′39″N 5°09′06″E / 60.5942°N 5.1518°E / 60.5942; 5.1518Coordinates: 60°35′39″N 5°09′06″E / 60.5942°N 5.1518°E / 60.5942; 5.1518
Basin countries Norway
Max. length 10 kilometres (6.2 mi)

Radfjorden is a fjord in Hordaland county, Norway.[1] The 10-kilometre (6.2 mi) long fjord runs between the islands of Radøy (in Radøy and Lindås municipalities) and Holsnøy (in Meland municipality). The northwestern end of the fjord is called the Mangerfjorden and it flows out into the Hjeltefjorden. The southeastern end of the fjord is also known as Kvernafjord, and it flows out into the confluence of three other fjords: Salhusfjorden, Osterfjorden, and Sørfjorden. The fjord is a good fishing area, and it is also good for catching crab and shrimp.

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References

  1. ^ "Radfjorden" (in Norwegian). yr.no. Retrieved 2014-04-14.
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