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Icelandic turf house~ Hafnarfjördur is famous for having one of Iceland’s largest settlements of elves, dwarves and other mystical beings, which (translating from the Icelandic) are collectively called ‘Hidden Folk.’ Centuries-old folklore has it that whole clans of such beings reside in the rocks that make up part of the town’s centre.

Icelandic Turf House and Cave

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We could just let the sheep mow the grass...right?

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"How can you not want to go to a city that has a polka dotted street. They are the cutest and qurkiest of all the nordics. Even if this might be gone by the time I get there, I'll know that these are the people who are liable to do this sort of thing. Wonder what they will do next?" Reykjavík -- Iceland / islandia!! have YOU ever seen Green Polka Dotted streets before? ... Me neither !

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