Editorial

Jæja… Guðjón

Jæja... Guðjón The artist Guðjón Ketilsson (1956) has a retrospective exhibition at Kjarvalsstaðir, where his career is reviewed, as he is today one of the k...

Una’s lovely house 

Una's lovely house  At the beginning of the last century, Unuhús in Garðastræti was the center of culture in Reykjavík. The house was built in 1896 by Guðmundu...

Geómetría

Geómetría Geómetría is the name of the recently opened exhibition at Gerðarsafn in Kópavogur. A beautiful, exciting and well-organized exhibition featuring 22 ...

Litir litanna & hlutfall hlutanna

Litir litanna & hlutfall hlutanna Geómetría heitir nýlega opnuð sýning á Gerðarsafni í Kópavogi. Falleg, spennandi og vel uppsett sýning þar sem 22 lista...

Small house, big story 

Small house, big story  Garðhús, a small house that stands at a special place on Mýrargata, opposite Bakkastígur on the west side of Reykjavík Harbor, is q...

October summer in the South 

October summer in the South  On Friday, the weather was still summerlike in the south. The morning was cool, but the temperature went up to 10°C / 50°F by mi...

The Volcano Katla is Overdue

The Volcano Katla is Overdue In Katla Glacier is one of the most beautiful and accessible ice caves in the country. The cave is charming, but danger looms ab...

Aurora borealis

Aurora borealis One of the most amazing things to experience in nature are the northern lights, aurora borealis. These natural lights at an altitude of 100 k...

The French one at Frakkastígur

The French one at Frakkastígur The French hospital witch the French built in 1902 in the land of Eyjólfsstaðir, just west of Rauðará in Reykjavík, now stands o...

The threat from Iceland

The threat from Iceland It is only a little over two hundred years ago that an ERUPTION IN ICELAND, which lasted for eight months, shook the entire n...

The Laundry Pools in Laugardalur

The Laundry Pools in Laugardalur The Laundry Pools or Þvottalaugar in Laugardalur are about 3 km / 2 mi from the centre of Reykjavík. People began using the ...

October in Reykjavík

October in Reykjavík Going down to the center of Reykjavík on a normal Saturday in October, armed with two cameras, what will your eye catch? H...

Four beautiful waterfalls 

Four beautiful waterfalls  Iceland is a country of waterfalls. They are everywhere and many of them in unusual places, such as Aldeyjarfoss in Skjálfandafljó...

House & History

House & History In the year 1848, the street Hafnarstræti in Kvosin in Reykjavík got its name. Previously the path, by the then coastal ridge, was called...

Grassy residences

Grassy residences  Turfhouses were the main type of houses in Iceland until last century. A house built from turf, with stone cladding and/or a wooden frame. T...

Autumn in Hafnarfjörður 

Autumn in Hafnarfjörður Some people think fall is the best time of the year; when the autumn darkness, the autumn colors and the northern lights appear. Icel...

Vibrant Culture in Nuuk

Nuuk Art Museum displays the rich artistic history of Greenland’s artists  The Nuuk Art Museum is an integral part of cultural life in Nuuk, as it hosts a p...

Gateway to Greenland

Air Greenland flies to seven Greenland destinations from Iceland Greenland is known for some of the world’s most beautiful and breathtaking landscapes. Tower...

Editorial

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