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Explore the North

Explore the North Star Travel operates tours in the north of Iceland. North Iceland is full of natural pearls and hidden gems and is a t...

Bessastadir

Bessastadir has been the presidential residence since 1941, but the site has a much older history, having been mentioned in the Islendinga S...

Vestrahorn

Stokksnes and Vestrahorn One of the first settlement farms in Iceland was Horn, built by Hrollaugur Earl of Møre in Norway. The municipalit...

Icelandic Times – Issue 10

Read all articles from issue Read PDF Icelandic Times – Issue 10 Autumn is here. It comes with force to drive summer out. Powerful winds,...

Icelandic Times – Issue 11

Read all articles from issue Read PDF Icelandic Times – Issue 11 Welcome to Winter! With a name like Iceland, you would expect to have se...

Icelandic Times – Issue 14

Read all articles from issue Read PDF Icelandic Times – Issue 14 When I first came to Iceland, a majority of the roads outside the capita...

Icelandic Times – Issue 15

Read all articles from issue Read PDF Icelandic Times – Issue 15 Autumn arrives from one day to the next in Iceland. The weather changes ...

Icelandic Times – Issue 16

Read all articles from issue Read PDF Icelandic Times – Issue 16 The nights are long; the lights are bright and the snow is thick. Excite...

Icelandic Times Extra

Icelandic Times Extra Read PDF Icelandic Times Extra is an extensive and informative book about the Icelandic Tourist Industry. It conta...

Icelandic Times – Issue 17

Read all articles from issue Read PDF Icelandic Times – Issue 17 They used to call Iceland “Europe’s Best Kept Secret,” as tourism was as...

Icelandic Times – Issue 18

Icelandic Times – Issue 18 Read all articles from issue Read PDF The winter was surprisingly mild in Iceland this year and it seemed to a...

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