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Three quarters

Out of the four hundred thousand who live in Iceland, over three quarters live on the southwest corner. There are only 99 thousand citizens ...

Five Minutes

Despite being an urbanized country in a sparsely populated region, Iceland boasts an extraordinary proximity to nature. Remarkably, you're o...

Flæðarmál in Hafnarborg

Jónína Guðnadóttir, born in 1943, has been a pivotal figure in Iceland's art scene for over five decades, notably in the fields of clay and ...

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Yes to Photography

Iceland has produced many talented photographers who have captured various subjects, such as people, landscapes, cityscapes, events and even...

Disaster in Grindavík

Standing on a hill just north of Grindavík, one can see the town and the ongoing volcanic eruption. It's hard not to wonder if the town will...

The Eruption, Update

The Eruption, Update The eruption continues, but the fissure closest to the town of Grindavík, who opened at noon yesterday, seems to hav...

Photo series from the South

The days are shorter now in Iceland. The sun rises around eleven o'clock, so it's important to make the most of the daylight by being in the...

Let’s Build

Looking to the future, it is evident that more needs to be built in Iceland. This has been an ongoing problem for a long time. Let's look at...

Let’s Make a Sound

Music is a unique art form that can delight, create a mood and bring about change. Recently, the National Broadcasting Service's website...

Autocars

Interestingly, Icelandic's first word for a car was "sjálfrennireið" which translates to "self-gliding ride". Nowadays, the word for a car i...

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