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Kvinesdal is a municipality in the county of Vest-Agder, Norway.

Kvinesdal is an elongated mountain-to-coast municipality, reaching saltwater at the head of the Fedafjord, which provides access to the North Sea in the south. Further north, the landscape is cut in narrow valleys with small villages scattered around. There are also abandoned mines at Knaben, which remains an immensely popular ski resort. Due to Kvinesdal resembling the geography of the nation as a whole, it is often referred to as Little Norway.

The river Kvina is known for its salmon, and salmon fishing is a popular activity.

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