Lindesnes


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Lindesnes

(lĭn`dəsnĕs) or

the Naze

(nāz), cape, in Vest-Agder co., southernmost point of the Norwegian mainland, projecting into the North Sea at the entrance to the SkagerrakSkagerrak
, strait, c.150 mi (240 km) long and 85 mi (140 km) wide, between Norway and Denmark, linking the North Sea and the Baltic Sea by way of the Kattegat. It is shallow on the Danish shore and deepens toward the Norwegian coast.
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. Norway's first lighthouse (1655) is there.
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Lindesnes

a cape at the S tip of Norway, projecting into the North Sea
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