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Evening at Snorrastaðatjarnir lake
Evening at Snorrastaðatjarnir lake Snorrastaðatjarnir at Reykjanesskagi, Southwest Iceland. A popular recreational area. Pounds, rich of vegetation and important resting place for migration birds.
Snorrastaðatjarnir
Snorrastaðatjarnir Snorrastaðatjarnir at Reykjanesskagi, Southwest Iceland. A popular recreational area. Pounds, rich of vegetation and important resting place for migration birds.
Þingvallavatn (Thingvallavatn) lake in summertime
Þingvallavatn (Thingvallavatn) lake in summertime Þingvallavatn, a is a rift valley lake in southwestern Iceland. With a surface of 84 km² it is the largest natural lake in Iceland. Its greatest depth is 114 m. At the northern shore of the lake, at Þingvellir (after which the lake is named), the Alþingi, the national parliament, was founded in the year 930, and held its sessions there until 1799 and still as of today the name Alþingi Íslendinga is carried by the parliament of Iceland.
Úlfljótsvatnskirkja church
Úlfljótsvatnskirkja church Úlfljótsvatn Scout Center is the national Scout center of Bandalag íslenskra skáta, the Icelandic Scout and Guides Association. It is situated by Lake Úlfljótsvatn, which lies just south of Lake Þingvallavatn. It is located approximately 70 km east of Reykjavík Various events take place there, such as Scout camps, Jamborees, courses and summer camps. It has a couple of buildings, including KSÚ, DSÚ, the JB-building, the Green Revolution and a 10 meter high tower for climbing and abseiling. It also has a big camping place which can host up to 5000 people.
Úlfljótsvatnskirkja church
Úlfljótsvatnskirkja church Úlfljótsvatn Scout Center is the national Scout center of Bandalag íslenskra skáta, the Icelandic Scout and Guides Association. It is situated by Lake Úlfljótsvatn, which lies just south of Lake Þingvallavatn. It is located approximately 70 km east of Reykjavík Various events take place there, such as Scout camps, Jamborees, courses and summer camps. It has a couple of buildings, including KSÚ, DSÚ, the JB-building, the Green Revolution and a 10 meter high tower for climbing and abseiling. It also has a big camping place which can host up to 5000 people.
View over Lake Spákonuvatn to Mountain Trölladyngja in Reykjan
View over Lake Spákonuvatn to Mountain Trölladyngja in Reykjan The beautiful small lake, Spákonuvatn (The Fortunetellers lake), is south of the mountain Trölladyngja; a mountain everyone who arrives via the airport in Keflavík will see when driving to Reykjavík. The small lake is surrounded by geological wonders like Sogið. Although a short distance for Reykjavík and Reykjanesbær town it is place few people visit, so you can expcet a quite and peacful time visiting Spákonuvant. There are also interesting spots to visit nearby like Lambafellsgjá fissure, Keilir mountain and Djúpavatn lake. It is part of the backland and "wilderness" at Reykjanes Peninsula.
Hengill mountains in the Highlands of Iceland with view to Thing
Hengill mountains in the Highlands of Iceland with view to Thing Hengill volcano is situated in the southwest of Iceland, to the south of Þingvellir. The volcano covers an area of about 100 km². The volcano is still active, evidenced by its numerous hot springs and fumaroles, but the last eruption occurred approximately 2,000 years ago.
At the Pond in Reykjavík
At the Pond in Reykjavík At the Pond in Reykjavík. Fríkirkjan and Glaumbær
Snorrastaðatjarnir
Snorrastaðatjarnir Snorrastaðatjarnir at Reykjanesskagi, Southwest Iceland. A popular recreational area. Pounds, rich of vegetation and important resting place for migration birds.
Snorrastaðatjarnir
Snorrastaðatjarnir Snorrastaðatjarnir at Reykjanesskagi, Southwest Iceland. A popular recreational area. Pounds, rich of vegetation and important resting place for migration birds.