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Mountain Lómagnúpur with reflection in a small lake in front
Mountain Lómagnúpur with reflection in a small lake in front Mountain Lómagnúpur (767 m) on Skeiðarársandur, south coast Iceland. Lómagnúpur is one of the most instantly recognisable of all Icelandic mountains, was once thought to be the home of a giant named Járngrímur. The giant of Lómagnúpur has earned himself a place on Iceland’s coat of arms, where he stands with the guardian spirits of the other three quarters of the country, holding his iron staff in his hand. The farm at the foot of Mt. Lómagnúpur is called Núpsstaður.
Northern lights, Aurora borealis
Northern lights, Aurora borealis Northern lights, Aurora borealis
Reykjavík Seen from above
Reykjavík Seen from above Reykjavík is believed to be the location of the first permanent settlement in Iceland, which, according to Ingólfur Arnarson, was established in AD 874. Until the 19th century, there was no urban development in the city location. The city was founded in 1786 as an official trading town and grew steadily over the next decades, as it transformed into a regional and later national centre of commerce, population, and governmental activities. It is among the cleanest, greenest, and safest cities in the world
Grafarholt in Reykjavík seen from above
Grafarholt in Reykjavík seen from above With a population of 120,000, Reykjavík is not a whirlwind metropolis. Few skyscrapers grace the skyline, traffic jams are rare and faces are familiar. But don't be deceived—a steady beat of energy and events keeps the city alive and pulsing with excitement.
Reykjavík seen from Mosfellsbæ village
Reykjavík seen from Mosfellsbæ village With a population of 120,000, Reykjavík is not a whirlwind metropolis. Few skyscrapers grace the skyline, traffic jams are rare and faces are familiar. But don't be deceived—a steady beat of energy and events keeps the city alive and pulsing with excitement.
The Pool of Laugardalur in Reykjavík from air
The Pool of Laugardalur in Reykjavík from air Laugardalslaug (literally "The Pool of Laugardalur") is an Icelandic Olympic-sized swimming pool located in Sundlaugarvegur 30 in the Laugardalur district of Iceland's capital Reykjavík. The pool was built in 1968 and designed by city architect Einar Sveinsson. It receives about 1.5 million visitors annually
The Pool of Laugardalur in Reykjavík from air
The Pool of Laugardalur in Reykjavík from air Laugardalslaug (literally "The Pool of Laugardalur") is an Icelandic Olympic-sized swimming pool located in Sundlaugarvegur 30 in the Laugardalur district of Iceland's capital Reykjavík. The pool was built in 1968 and designed by city architect Einar Sveinsson. It receives about 1.5 million visitors annually
The Pool of Laugardalur in Reykjavík from air
The Pool of Laugardalur in Reykjavík from air Laugardalslaug (literally "The Pool of Laugardalur") is an Icelandic Olympic-sized swimming pool located in Sundlaugarvegur 30 in the Laugardalur district of Iceland's capital Reykjavík. The pool was built in 1968 and designed by city architect Einar Sveinsson. It receives about 1.5 million visitors annually
Walking bridge through Geirsnef in Reykjavík
Walking bridge through Geirsnef in Reykjavík Walking bridge through Geirsnef and Naustavogin Reykjavík
Landmannalaugar Highlands
Landmannalaugar Highlands Landmannalaugar is a place in the Fjallabak Nature Reserve in the Highlands of Iceland. It is at the edge of Laugahraun lava field, which was formed in an eruption around the year 1477. It is known for its natural geothermal hot springs and surrounding landscape