Borðeyri

Borðeyri (Icelandic pronunciation: ​[ˈpɔrðˌeiːrɪ]) is a small hamlet in north-west Iceland.

Borðeyri
Village
Location of the Municipality of Bæjarhreppur
Location of the Municipality of Bæjarhreppur
Borðeyri is located in Iceland
Borðeyri
Borðeyri
Location of Borðeyri in Iceland
Coordinates: 65°12′N 21°6′W / 65.200°N 21.100°W / 65.200; -21.100
Country Iceland
ConstituencyNorthwest Constituency
RegionWestfjords
MunicipalityBæjarhreppur
Population
 (1 December 2007)
 • Total25
Time zoneUTC+0 (GMT)
The village of Borðeyri in 1883
Borðeyri séð frá fjöru.jpg

It is a minor commercial centre for nearby farms. The population on 15 July 2018 was 16

The hamlet is a part of the municipality Bæjarhreppur which is one of the smallest in Iceland with a population of 100 in 2010. The municipality covers the west part of Hrútafjörður fjord. In Borðeyri there is a pre-school and an elementary school, a garage and a guesthouse.

Prime Minister Sigurdur Eggerz and the painters Þorvaldur Skúlason and Karl Kvaran were born in Borðeyri.

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Coordinates: 65°12′24″N 21°05′57″W / 65.2068°N 21.0992°W / 65.2068; -21.0992