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Indre Wijdefjorden National Park (Norwegian: Indre Wijdefjorden
nasjonalpark) is located in a steep fjord landscape in northern
Spitsbergen in Svalbard, Norway. It covers the inner part of
Wijdefjorden-the longest fjord on Svalbard. The national park was
established on 9 September 2005 and covers 1,127 km2 (435 sq mi),
of which 745 km2 (288 sq mi) is on land and 382 km2 (147 sq mi) is
sea. The marine environment changes vastly from the mouth of the
fjord, through a still and a cold water basin, before becoming more
deep and then reaching the glacier Mittag-Lefflerbreen at the
inner-most sections of the fjord.
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