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There is more than one mountain/ volcano called Hestfjall in Iceland. This is because "hestur" means "horse". See also: Category:Icelandic language.

The best known mountains by this name are:

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<nowiki>Hestfjall; Hestfjall; Hestfjall; Hestfjall (kulle i Island, Västlandet); Hestfjall; bungtod sa Islandya, Suðurland; гора; berg in IJsland; mountain in Iceland; mal; Berg im Süden Islands; جبل في آيسلندا; cnoc san Íoslainn; mountain in Iceland; mountain; kulle; Hestfjall; Hestfjall (kulle i Island, Suðurland)</nowiki>
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Elevation above sea level
  • 322 m
63° 58′ 59″ N, 20° 42′ 00″ W
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