Seljavallalaug, the oldest swimming pool in Iceland. Tucked up in the mountains next to a river in the south, it’s a bit of a walk to get to but it’s so worth it. The water is a bit dirty, still pretty ashy from the volcanic eruption in but it’s a g
Grímsvötn is a volcano in South-East Iceland. It is in the highlands of Iceland at the northwestern side of the Vatnajökull ice-cap. The caldera is at at an elevation of m ft). Beneath the caldera is the magma chamber of the G
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Blue Iceland , feeling 'blue ' too as rapidly melting due to the greenhouse effect issue , much as Greenland to an even greater extent is effected by this disaster caused by our human greed ! Another observation regarding Iceland and Greenland - Iceland i
The black sand beaches of Iceland. Who creates black sand ? Iceland has a lot of them. The island has 30 active volcanic systems, out of which 13 have erupted since the settlement of Iceland in 874 AD.