Anna Margrét Bjarnadóttir

The Old-Icelandic Sagas

The Old-Icelandic Sagas While other nations of Europe take pride in preserving castles, priceless art and great monuments of monarchies and churches, Iceland ha...

A Flawless Pearl

A Flawless Pearl Spend a Perfect Day in this Idyllic World of Hrísey The island of Hrísey has been called the Pearl of Eyjafjörður. This wonderful untouched i...

History Brought to Life

History Brought to LifeThe Snorrastofa Cultural and Medieval Centre is in ReykholtSnorri Sturluson (1179-1241), Iceland’s best known Saga writer and scholar, is...

A Perfect Day in Hrísey

Travel back in time on the Pearl of Eyjafjörður Hrísey, Iceland’s second largest island, is in the middle of Eyjafjörður. With 200 inhabitants, it is part of th...

The Icelandic Sheep

The Icelandic Sheep Icelandic sheep are so called short – tailed animals, an ancient Nordic Breed, a type which was formerly common in the north part of Wester...