Peninsula Kunna
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mel%C3%B8y Kunna er ei halvøy i Meløy kommune i Nordland. Halvøya ligger nord i kommunen, nord for tettstedet Reipå, og er bare knyttet til fastlandet med den smale og lave Kunnvalen. Høyeste punkt på fjellet Kunna er 599 moh. Kunna var tidligere regnet som grensa mellom Salten (i nord) og Helgeland i sør. I dag regnes hele Meløy kommune administrativt med til Salten.
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