Panorama Spitsbergen Brasvellbreen glacier

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The ice wall of the Brasvellbreen glacier (Austfonna ice cap) in Nordaustlandet is about 180 kilometres long and known as the longest glacier front of the northern hemisphere.
Austfonna is the largest icecap in Svalbard, covering approximately 8400 square kilometres and has a thickness of up to 560 metres.