Latitude and longitude of Jólnir
- In Iceland
Jólnir was formerly a volcanic island south of Iceland. It was a former vent of Surtsey, along with Syrtlingur and Surtla. It emerged from the ocean as a result of active plate tectonics between December, 1965 and July, 1966. Oceanic erosion cyclically wore down the new lava as it formed, and the island sank below the surface several times.
Latitude: 63° 17' 40.92" N
Longitude: -20° 37' 58.08" W
Nearest city to this article: Vestmannaeyjar Read about Jólnir in the Wikipedia Satellite map of Jólnir in Google Maps