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  • Tessa Gonzalez

    The Blue Lagoon, Iceland - The Blue Lagoon in Reykjavik, Iceland is a naturally heated pool of mineral-rich seawater that’s usually anywhere between 98-102 degrees. I LOVE hot springs!

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    Amazing Places Worldwide: Blue Lagoon, Reykjavik, Iceland | via thecoolhunter.net | #Places #Travel #Photography #BlueLagoon #Reykjavik #Iceland #Lagoons

  • Holly Kaufman

    Bucketlist » Spa in the The Blue Lagoon in Iceland (Official Bucket List)

  • Tour.is

    The Blue Lagoon, Iceland - The Blue Lagoon in Reykjavik, Iceland is a naturally heated pool of mineral-rich seawater that’s usually anywhere between 98-102 degrees. #Bluelagoon #Iceland #Reykjavik

  • Saralisa Loftis

    The Blue Lagoon, Iceland - The Blue Lagoon in Reykjavik, Iceland is a naturally heated pool of mineral-rich seawater that’s usually anywhere between 98-102 degrees. Visitors can slather themselves in white, silica-based mud and soak while taking in the views of the lava field it’s located in. Yay!!! A natural hot spa!!

  • Mabelsy Barea Brito

    The Blue Lagoon, Iceland - The Blue Lagoon in Reykjavik, Iceland is a naturally heated pool of mineral-rich seawater that’s usually anywhere between 98-102 degrees. Visitors can slather themselves in white, silica-based mud and soak while taking in the views of the lava field it’s located in. Bucket list

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