Lindesnes (lĭnˈdəsnĕs) [key] or the Naze nāz, cape, in Vest-Agder co., southernmost point of the Norwegian mainland, projecting into the North Sea at the entrance to the Skagerrak. Norway's first lighthouse (1655) is there.
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