Virgohamna, vel Sinus Virginis (Anglice: Virgo Bay), est parvus sinus maritimus in litore septentrionali Danskoyae, insulae ante litus septentrio-occidentali Spitsbergen, principalis insula Svalbard congeriei insularum. Sinus ex Virgo, navi expeditionis anni 1896 Salomonis Augusti Andrée, ingeniarii exploratorisque Suecici, appellatur.

Statio Salomonis Augusti Andrée in occidentali Virgohamnae litore sita, ex impressione photochrom (circa 1896–1897).

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