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Snæfellsjökull

Iceland - Arnarstapi, and the glacier/volcano Snæfellsjökull

Il est situé dans le nord de l’Islande près de la rivière Jökulsá á Fjöllum (deuxième plus long fleuve de l’Islande faisant 206 km). Depuis le 7 Juin 2008, c’est devenue une partie du grand parc national de Vatnajökull.    Il y a dans le parc Jökulsárgljúfur une cascade appelée Dettifoss non loin du lac Mývatn. Elle est localisée sur la rivière, qui coule du glacier de Vatnajökull et qui recueille toute l’eau d’une vaste zone du nord du pays.

Il est situé dans le nord de l’Islande près de la rivière Jökulsá á Fjöllum (deuxième plus long fleuve de l’Islande faisant 206 km). Depuis le 7 Juin 2008, c’est devenue une partie du grand parc national de Vatnajökull. Il y a dans le parc Jökulsárgljúfur une cascade appelée Dettifoss non loin du lac Mývatn. Elle est localisée sur la rivière, qui coule du glacier de Vatnajökull et qui recueille toute l’eau d’une vaste zone du nord du pays.

Grjótagjá, a too-hot-to-swim-in hot springs cave, near where we stayed in the Lake Mývatn area

Grjótagjá, a too-hot-to-swim-in hot springs cave, near where we stayed in the Lake Mývatn area

Picture taken in Gásir, Iceland. In no other place in Iceland is it possible to find so many antiquities from a trading post from the Middle Ages. Gásir was the main trading post in northern Iceland during the Middle Ages, and the place is mentioned many times in Old Icelandic Sagas from the 13th and 14th centuries. Archaeological digging in the area during the last six years has shown that it was a trading post up to the 16th century, possibly until trading started in Akureyri.

Picture taken in Gásir, Iceland. In no other place in Iceland is it possible to find so many antiquities from a trading post from the Middle Ages. Gásir was the main trading post in northern Iceland during the Middle Ages, and the place is mentioned many times in Old Icelandic Sagas from the 13th and 14th centuries. Archaeological digging in the area during the last six years has shown that it was a trading post up to the 16th century, possibly until trading started in Akureyri.

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Gjögur is asmall village in Strandasýsla

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Abandoned herring factory in Djúpavík.

Mylluhöfði / Stykkishólmur

Mylluhöfði / Stykkishólmur

Another pic of Húsavík, Iceland

Village of Husavik in Iceland. Easiest place in the world to see Whales - something like a chance. Naturally when I was there, we went to sea on an old fishing trawler during a north atlantic storm, and no, I didn't see a whale.

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farm Þorvaldseyri during Eyjafjallajökull eruption.

Veiðivötn The fishing lakes

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