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Bjargtangar is the westernmost point of Iceland and is considered the westernmost point of Europe outside the mid-Atlantic archipelago of Azores (which are often classified as remote islands). It is the westernmost point in the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) time zone.
- Bárðarson, H.R. (1982). Iceland: A Portrait of Its Land and People. H.R. Bárðarson. p. 197. Retrieved 20 May 2019.
- "Time Zone & Clock Changes in Bjargtangar, Iceland". timeanddate.com. Retrieved 5 May 2020.
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