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  • Peaceful Winter Evening in Reykjavík

    Did you know that this lovely inviting street, Skólavörðustígur, leading up to Hallgrímskirkja is named after a cairn, Skólavarða (varða means cairn in Icelandic), that used to stand approximately where Hallgrímskirkja stands now? In the past, cairns were used to mark trails in Iceland. We think the name is rather fitting in several ways. For […] More

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    Everything You Need To Know About Reykjavík’s Most Famous Landmark – Hallgrímskirkja Church

    Hallgrímskirkja (“Church of Hallgrímur” in English) is one of Reykjavík’s main landmarks. The impressive church towers over the city’s skyline, rising out of the capital’s center like a concrete geyser. But while these days it’s a much beloved building, the church used to be a rather controversial subject. Here is everything you need to know […] More

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    A Couple Travelled Iceland In Winter And Filmed This Breathtaking Video

    Married photographers Bea and Eric Stollnitz love to travel the world and photograph stunning landscapes, so when they heard about Iceland from their friends they knew they just had to go. They decided to go in winter so that they could witness the natural beauty of snow-covered landscapes, icy waterfalls, and magical northern lights. As […] More

  • Stunning Drone Video Captures The Beauty Of Iceland During Summer

    This incredible video shot with a drone really captures the beauty of Iceland during those green summer months. David Leiter slept in a rental car while driving around Iceland for an entire month. He drove around the entire Ring Road and the Westfjords and with the help of his trusty drone managed to capture some […] More