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The one and only Gravarvogur

The one and only Gravarvogur If Grafavogur, a neighbourhood in Reykjavík, were an independent town, it would be the fourth largest in the country. More than ...

Torfhildur Hólm’s House

Torfhildur's House Torfhildur's house was built at Laugavegur 36 in 1896, moved to Reykjavik's West Side in 2015 and restored. The writer Torfhildur Þors...

Öskjuhlíð

Öskjuhlíð Öskjuhlíð is a unique outdoor recreation area near Reykjavík city centre. Öskjuhlíð, which rises 61 meters above the surroundings, is probably the ...

0.005% OF THE WORLD

0.005% OF THE WORLD At the end of September, there were 374,830 Icelanders, increasing 3,250 in the third quarter. There were 1,310 births, 580 deaths, and 2...

The energetic river

The energetic river Þjórsá River is the longest river in the country, 230 km / 140 mi long, with a river basin that is the second largest in Iceland, after J...

Public transport

Public transport For those who want to practice a green lifestyle or do not have a driving test, public transport is quite good in the southwest corner of Ic...

Sæbraut awakens

Sæbraut awakens The Sæbraut is one of two trunk routes to and from the city centre. Just before seven, the traffic into the town increases and reaches a maxi...

The French Street in Reykjavík

  The French Street in Reykjavík Frakkastígur (French Street) is one of the most beautiful streets in the city centre. It is situated north of Skólavörðu...

The oldest house in Reykjavík

  The oldest house in Reykjavík Aðalstræti 10 by Ingólfstorg is the oldest house in Reykjavík, built in 1762 by Skúli Magnússon (1711-1794), the first Ic...

The Hringbraut traffic route

The Hringbraut traffic route It’s getting darker outside. At the beginning of August, the darkness swoops in, as can be seen in the photo. Taken at half-past t...

Leather Designer

Quality Icelandic design and leather handcraft is much sought after. “My first leather design was a handbag painted with colourful artwork and patterns,” says ...

New town center in Selfoss

The construction of a new town center in Selfoss is progressing well, with 35 historic buildings from various parts of the country being built on an area of ​​...

Grensásvegur 1

Ahead is the construction of a 27,000 m2 magnificent residential building mixed with offices and shops at Grensásvegur 1. These are three houses consisting of ...