Tjuvholmen, Hedmark

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Geography of Tjuvholmen
Coordinates 60°47′18″N11°04′23″E / 60.7884°N 11.0730°E / 60.7884; 11.0730 Coordinates: 60°47′18″N11°04′23″E / 60.7884°N 11.0730°E / 60.7884; 11.0730
Terrain Coastal

Tjuvholmen is a peninsula penetrating Mjøsa in Hamar, Norway. It is largely a recreational area and features a marina. [1]

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  1. "Tjuvholmen - utviklingsplan" (in Norwegian). Hamar Municipality. 2 July 2008. Retrieved 9 December 2011.