Eastern Region (Iceland)
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Eastern Region (Icelandic: Austurland [ˈœistʏrˌlant]) is a region in eastern Iceland. Its area is 22,721 square kilometres (8,773 sq mi) and in 2020 its population was 13,173. The Eastern Regions has a jagged coastline of fjords, referred to as the Eastfjords (Austfirðir [ˈœistˌfɪrðɪr̥]).
The Austurland area
|• Total||22,721 km2 (8,773 sq mi)|
|• Density||0.6/km2 (2/sq mi)|
The only car and passenger ferry that sails between Iceland and the European continent calls at Seyðisfjörður once a week in the summer months and intermittently the rest of the year.
- East Iceland travel guide from Wikivoyage