Sveitarfélagið Árborg is the biggest municipality in southern founded in 1998. The biggest town in the municipality is . and are two communities on the southern coast and Sandvíkurhreppur is a rural administrative region between those three other towns.

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is a small town in Southern Iceland, with a population of around 445. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY 2.0.

is a fishing village on the south coast of with a population of about 570 people, not including inhabitants of the prison located there. Photo: Fingalo, CC BY-SA 2.0 de.

is a town in southern on the banks of the Ölfusá river. Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.


63.8871° or 63° 53' 13.5" north
-21.0455° or 21° 2' 43.9" west
13 metres (43 feet)
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  • Albanian: Árborg
  • Arabic: أربورغ
  • Asturian: Sveitarfélagið Árborg
  • Basque: Árborg
  • Chinese: Sveitarfélagið Árborg
  • Chinese: 阿堡
  • Czech: Árborg
  • Danish: Árborg
  • Dutch: Árborg
  • English: Arborg
  • Finnish: Árborg
  • French: Árborg
  • German: Árborg
  • Icelandic: Sveitarfélagið Árborg
  • Ido: Árborg
  • Indonesian: Árborg
  • Italian: Árborg
  • Japanese: アゥルボルク
  • Japanese: アゥルボルグ
  • Latin: Árborg
  • Malay: Árborg
  • Min Nan Chinese: Sveitarfélagið Árborg
  • Northern Sami: Sveitarfélagið Árborg
  • Norwegian: Sveitarfélagið Árborg
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Sveitarfélagið Árborg
  • Polish: Árborg
  • Portuguese: Árborg
  • Romanian: Árborg
  • Russian: Аурборг
  • Scots: Árborg
  • Spanish: Arborg
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  • Swedish: Árborg
  • Ukrainian: Аурборг
  • Volapük: Árborg
  • Welsh: Arborg
  • Welsh: Árborg
  • Sveitarfelagid Arborg
  • Арборг

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