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  • Cites & Towns
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Lakagígar

Lakagigar or ‘Craters of Laki’, considered one of the most important geological monuments in the world, is a marvelous 25-km long crater series on Síðumannaafréttir, which runs from the tuff mountain Hnúta, to the northeast through the mountain Laki, which is 818 meters above sea level, and ends in Vatnajökull.

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Hvítserkur

Hvítserkur, the amazing 15-metre rock formation that appears in different perspectives to different people, is a sight to behold!  For some it appears as an elephant drinking, for others a rhino, while for some others a bison or even a dragon… but all unanimously agree that it looks like a stocky animal drinking in the Húnaflói Bay. 

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Brimketill

Brimketill or ‘Oddnýjarlaug’ or ‘Oddný’s pool’ is an amazing natural lava rock pool on the southern end of Reykjanes peninsula, close to Grindavik and 61 kms from Reykjavik. Overlooking the raging Atlantic Ocean, the pool is located at the bottom of a precipice.

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Faxi

Faxi

Faxi a beautiful waterfall with salmon steps.

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Skógafoss

Skógafoss

Skógafoss in Skógá the river coming from the mountain Eyjafjöll.

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Kvernufoss

Kvernufoss, perhaps dwarfed by the popularity of the magnificent Skogafoss, is missed by many who do not know that it is located barely 2 kms away. But those who know, revel in its uniqueness and splendor.  Kvernufoss is located 156 km from the capital city and 30 km from dazzling and immensely-popular Seljalandsfoss

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Stuff to do

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Akureyrarkirkja

The Church of Akureyri or Akureyrarkirkja is among the prominent churches in the northern region of Iceland, which was completed in 1940. The church located in the centre of the second-largest city of Iceland, Akureyri, which is 387 km from the capital city, was designed by the highly-acclaimed architect, Guðjón Samúelsson, who is also hailed for designing the iconic Reykjavik Church or Hallgrimskrikja. 

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Fjaðrárgljúfur

Fjaðrárgljúfur

Fjaðrárgljúfur canyons close to Kirkjubæjarklaustur in Eldhraun the huge lava field that burned in 1783-1784.

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Geldingadalir eruption

Fagradalsfjall

Fagradalsfjall, eruption in Geldingadalir and Meradalir in Reykjanes peninsula.

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