‘North Cape’ (‘Nordkapp’ in Norwegian, ‘Davvenjárga’ in Northern Sami) is a cape on the northern coast of the island of Magerøya in Northern Norway.

It is the northernmost point in Europe that can be accessed by car, also making the ‘E69’ motorway the northernmost public road in Europe. The cape is in Nordkapp Municipality in ‘Troms og Finnmark‘ county and it includes a 307m high cliff with a large flat plateau on top that is a popular tourist attraction: visitors (weather permitting), can watch the midnight sun and views of the Barents Sea to the north. ‘North Cape Hall’, a visitor centre, was built in 1988 on the plateau: it includes a café, restaurant, post office, souvenir shop, a small museum, and video cinema.

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