The Tungnaá (Icelandic pronunciation: ​[ˈtʰuŋnaˌauː, ˈtʰunːa-]) is a river in the southern Highlands of Iceland. It flows from the western edge of Vatnajökull to the reservoir Sultartangalón, where it joins the Þjórsá.[1] The river has been used extensively for hydroelectricity, with power stations at Vatnsfell,[2] Sigalda,[3] Hrauneyjafoss,[4] and Sultartangi.[5]


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Coordinates: 64°11′34″N 19°29′07″W / 64.19278°N 19.48528°W / 64.19278; -19.48528