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Longyearbyen,  Norway
    Longyerbyen, Ny-Alesund and Magdalenenfyord are the three most important centres of the Svalbard islands, an archipelago in the Arctic Ocean with a total surface of 62,700sq km, situated between northern latitudes 74` and 81` and eastern longitudes 10` and 35`. The exact date of the islands` discovery is still a matter of debate. Some historians attribute their origins to the Vikings, others believe they were discovered by Russian sailors.
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