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Karl og Kerling (Old man and woman), two rock pillars beside Jok
Karl og Kerling (Old man and woman), two rock pillars beside Jok Karl og Kerling are two rock formations in Jokulsargljufur national park in Iceland. The rocks are according to the legends petrified trolls
Goðafoss waterfall
Goðafoss waterfall The Goðafoss (Icelandic: waterfall of the gods or waterfall of the goði) is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Iceland. It is located in the Bárðardalur district of North-Central Iceland at the beginning of the Sprengisandur highland road. The water of the river Skjálfandafljót falls from a height of 12 meters over a width of 30 meters
Fnjóskárdalur Walley
Fnjóskárdalur Walley Fnjóskadalur is an agricultural valley in Northeast Iceland, approx. 10 km northeast of Akureyri. Fnjóská, a popular salmon angling river and the longest spring fed river in Iceland, runs through the valley. The river originates on Sprengisandur in the Icelandic highland plateau
Fnjóská River
Fnjóská River Fnjóská is rather a large runoff and spring fed river, which discharges into the longest bay of the country, Eyjafjörður. The river runs past the second largest forest of the country and its estuaries are renowned for their beauty and bird life.
Laufás
Laufás Laufás in Eyjafjörður is located by the estuary of the river Fnjóská and is a renowned church site and chieftain‘s residence. The site still has a vicerage and many remarkable clerics have served there. The farm is a good example of a wealthy vicarage in earlier times.
Laufás
Laufás Laufás in Eyjafjörður is located by the estuary of the river Fnjóská and is a renowned church site and chieftain‘s residence. The site still has a vicerage and many remarkable clerics have served there. The farm is a good example of a wealthy vicarage in earlier times.
Laufás
Laufás Laufás in Eyjafjörður is located by the estuary of the river Fnjóská and is a renowned church site and chieftain‘s residence. The site still has a vicerage and many remarkable clerics have served there. The farm is a good example of a wealthy vicarage in earlier times.
Laufás
Laufás Laufás in Eyjafjörður is located by the estuary of the river Fnjóská and is a renowned church site and chieftain‘s residence. The site still has a vicerage and many remarkable clerics have served there. The farm is a good example of a wealthy vicarage in earlier times.
Laufás
Laufás Laufás in Eyjafjörður is located by the estuary of the river Fnjóská and is a renowned church site and chieftain‘s residence. The site still has a vicerage and many remarkable clerics have served there. The farm is a good example of a wealthy vicarage in earlier times.
Laufás
Laufás Laufás in Eyjafjörður is located by the estuary of the river Fnjóská and is a renowned church site and chieftain‘s residence. The site still has a vicerage and many remarkable clerics have served there. The farm is a good example of a wealthy vicarage in earlier times.