Raufarhofn
Raufarhöfn is a village located on the northeastern tip of the Melrakkaslétta peninsula in Iceland.
As of January 2011, it has 194 inhabitants. It was a major fish processing station during the large herring catches in the mid 20th century.[citation needed]
The village is the site of a modern monument called the "Arctic Henge" which is aligned to the heavens and is inspired by the mythical world of the Eddic poem Völuspá (Prophecy of the Seeress).
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Hraunhafnartangi lighthouse is the northernmost lighthouse in Iceland.
The lighthouse is on the northeast coast of Iceland, about 10 km northwest of the town of Raufarhöfn, the northernmost town in Iceland. It is located about 800 meters south of the Arctic Circle. The light tower is square, 19 metres tall and built of concrete. The lantern house is painted red.
The light characteristic is a long and a short flash every 30 seconds. The flash is white or red depending on the direction from the lighthouse.
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Source: wikipedia.org