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Lyngdal is a municipality and town in Agder county, Norway, Norway's second southernmost municipality. Lyngdal borders Farsund and Kvinesdal to the west, Hægebostad, Åseral and Evje and Hornnes to the north and Lindesnes to the east. On 1 January 2020, the old Lyngdal municipality was merged with its northeastern neighbouring municipality Audnedal. Lyngdal literally stretches from sea to moorland. The southernmost point of the municipality is Bispen at the far end of the archipelago, not far from Lindesnes lighthouse, while the northernmost point is just north of the hamlet of Sveindal at the border with Åseral municipality. As the crow flies, this is a distance of around 65 kilometres. In an east–west direction, the municipality extends over two miles, from Stangelifjellet at Åptafjorden in the west to Storevatn at Homeland in the east. The municipality has four urban settlements: Lyngdal with 5,114, Skomrak with 236, Svenevik with 327 and Byremo 279 with inhabitants as of 20 December 2019.