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Roldafjord is a fjord the frozen mouth of the River Rolda, marked by the hilly lands around Isvik and the Garden of Eden.


The name Roldafjord comes from the combination of the Isviking word fjord and Rolda, the origin of which is unknown.


In the school of geography, a fjord is a long, narrow water inlet with steep sides or cliffs, created by water crushing through the landmass over millenia. The Roldafjord flows from the town of Zusammenflussberg until the Sea of Scars, and is frozen at almost any time of the year.