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Arnarstapi at Snæfellsnes with Snæfellsjökull in the Backgrou
Arnarstapi at Snæfellsnes with Snæfellsjökull in the Backgrou Arnarstapi or Stapi is a small fishing village at the foot of Mt. Stapafell between Hellnar village and Breiðavík farms on the southern side of Snæfellsnes, Iceland.
Arnarstapi at Snæfellsnes with Snæfellsjökull in the Backgrou
Arnarstapi at Snæfellsnes with Snæfellsjökull in the Backgrou Arnarstapi or Stapi is a small fishing village at the foot of Mt. Stapafell between Hellnar village and Breiðavík farms on the southern side of Snæfellsnes, Iceland.
Mountain Baula
Mountain Baula The mountain Baula, with its reddish or orange colour caused by its rhyolite rock composition, is situated in the west of Iceland next to Route 1 (the Ring Road). Bifröst University and the picturesque craters of Grábrók are located nearby. Geologically, the mountain is classified as an "intrusion" (or, in geologist's terms, a "batholith," which is a mass of rock that has been thrust upwards from deep within the earth, to the surface). Baula is characterized by its almost perfect cone and by its little sister nearby, the Litla-Baula
Gullborgarhellir lava cave
Gullborgarhellir lava cave Gullborgarhellir is considered one of the loveliest lava caves in Iceland, not least because of the unusual number of beautiful stalagmites and stalactites. The cave is a protected natural feature and can only be visited with a guide
House on the cliff
House on the cliff House on the cliff of Arnarstapi with Glacier Snæfellsjökull in the background
Gatklettur at Arnarstapi, Snæfellsnes
Gatklettur at Arnarstapi, Snæfellsnes Gatklettur - Arch Rock - is a cliff with a circular arch. Rock Arch shows how distinctive wave action has eroded the rocks into arches and beautiful swirled patterns. There is great birdlife around the cliffs and pretty flora surrounding the area.
Church at Búðir Snæfellsnes
Church at Búðir Snæfellsnes A church was fist built at Búðir in 1703. It was built by a Swedish-born merchant named Bendt Lauridsen. Bishop Jón Vídalín gave his permission to build a church here while on a visitation-tour in the summer f 1701.
Frozen tree on the hill
Frozen tree on the hill Frozen tree on the hill at Deildartunguhver
Barnafossar waterfalls
Barnafossar waterfalls Barnafoss is also known as Bjarnafoss, which was its previous name. Barnafoss is near Hraunfossar which burst out of Hallmundarhraun which is a great lava plain. Barnafoss is a waterfall in Western Iceland, about 100 kilometres (62 mi) from Reykjavík. Barnafoss is on the river Hvita in Borgarfjordur. Hraunfossar flows out of a lava field into Hvita near Barnafoss, creating a stunning scenery.
Deildartunguhver
Deildartunguhver Deildartunguhver is a hotspring in Reykholtsdalur, Iceland. It is characterized by a very high flow rate for a hot spring (180 liters/second) and water emerges at 97 °C. It is the highest-flow hot spring in Europe