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  • Debbie Lee

    Hofskirkja, Iceland in the late afternoon. On the picture is a little church made from wood and peat (turf). It's one of the last peat churches in Iceland. The humps in the grass are ancient graves. Photo: Menno Schaefer

  • *THE*TWINS*PINS*

    iceland nature photos

  • Terri Aurrichio

    Photographic Evidence That Proves That Iceland Should Be Your Next Travel Destination 2 - https://www.facebook.com/diplyofficial

  • Robert

    Hobbit House - "Hofskirkja Iceland" by Menno Schaefer - #Menno_Schaefer

  • Andrew Johnson

    cottage in Iceland

  • Sandria Holva

    What a beautiful place!!! Photo by Menno Schaefer - Pixdaus

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