Iceland Travel Guide - What To See - North West

Iceland Travel Guide | What To See

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Akureyri Town

Akureyri Town

Akureyri - The Capital of the NorthŚis a cultural and educational centre in North Iceland with a population of about 20000 people, making it the seco...

Siglufj÷r­ur Town

Siglufj÷r­ur Town

Siglufj÷r­ur is the northernmost town in Iceland with a population of 1300 and is named after the fjord where it is nestled. Siglufj÷r­ur is an excep...

GlaumbŠr Folk Museum

GlaumbŠr Folk Museum

GlaumbŠr Folk Museum┤s first exhibition opened in 1952 in GlaumbŠr farm, which is an old turf farmhouse, dating back to 1750, located in the Skagafj...

Sau­ßrkrˇkur Town

Sau­ßrkrˇkur Town

Sau­ßrkrˇkur is a relatively large town with a population of about 2600 people and is the largest urban area in the Skagafj÷r­ur District in North Ic...

HvÝtserkur Cliff

HvÝtserkur Cliff

HvÝtserkur is an impressive, 15 meter (49 ft) high cliff, remotely located on the east coast of Vatnsnes Peninsula in the northern part of Iceland. ...

Vatnsdalshˇlar Mounds

Vatnsdalshˇlar Mounds

Vatnsdalshˇlar consists of countless mounds or hills scattered over a five square kilometre area in the Valley of Vatnsdalur in North Iceland.. It is ...

Hvammstangi Town

Hvammstangi Town

Hvammstangi a town in Northwest Iceland, about 6 kilometers to the north of the main circular highway, with a long history as a trading centre dating...

Ůingeyrakirkja Church

Ůingeyrakirkja Church

Ůingeyrakirkja church amazes by it┤s great looks, as not many churches in Iceland are built from stone. Building of this beautiful church took 13 year...

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