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The Tungnaá 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.The river has been used extensively for hydroelectricity, with power stations at Vatnsfell,Sigalda,Hrauneyjafoss,and Sultartangi.

The Tungnaá 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.The river has been used extensively for hydroelectricity, with power stations at Vatnsfell, Sigalda, Hrauneyjafoss,and Sultartangi

The Tungnaá 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.The river has been used extensively for hydroelectricity, with power stations at Vatnsfell, Sigalda, Hrauneyjafoss,and Sultartangi

 

Veiðivötn eru vatnaklasi á Landmannaafrétti, sem samanstendur af allt að fimmtíu vötnum, bæði smáum og stórum. Vötnin eru mörg sprengigígar sem mynduðust í Veiðivatnagosinu árið 1477. Mikil urriðaveiði er í vötnunum en einnig hefur bleikju ‘ölgað síðustu árin, sérstaklega í þeim vötnum sem eiga samgang við Tungnaá.