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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

  • Award Winning Time-Lapse Video Shows The Amazing Beauty Of Iceland

    Icelandic nature for the most part still remains untouched by human progress. It’s a place where there is light and dimness, where long summer days with almost 24-hours of daylight are counterbalanced by extremely short winter days. Often called “The Land of Fire and Ice”, Iceland is home to the biggest glaciers and ice sheets […] More