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04Sep
2017
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The Annual Sheep Roundup: Réttir

Look beyond the Superbowl and Halloween this autumn and try something new! Every year in autumn, Icelandic farmers have a tradition of rounding up all of their sheep, and sometimes wild horses, on hills, in valleys, and across rivers. It’s a fun, physical adventure...

14Jul
2017
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Kálfshamarsvik

Atop black stone cliffs, sheets of rectangular stone leaning on one another like fallen dominos, a quiet serenity fills the air. Looking out from Kálfshamarsvik, it feels as if you’ve reached the end of the world. For as far out as the eye can...

30May
2017
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The Magic of Hveravellir in North Iceland

Hveravellir is beautiful nature reserve nestled in between two mighty glaciers. It’s famed for its smoking fumaroles and hot sprints. The site is located along the Kjolur route in the West Highlands of Iceland. It’s set right between the two major Icelandic cities of...

28May
2017
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Elves in the Icelandic myth

Huldufólk is a term used for elves in the Icelandic myth. Huldufólk is a combination of two words which are “Huldu and “folk”. Huldu is an expression used to describe something meant to be kept as a secret while folk is a general term...

27May
2017
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Hvítserkur a petrified troll?

Located off the North West shore lays one of Iceland’s iconic landmarks. Hvítserkur is a basalt stack that stands 15m tall. Its foundation has been partially hollowed from centuries of erosion, temperature changes, and storms. The remaining structure is formed in a way that...

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