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  • is an itinerary. Route 1-Ring Road is the main highway in Iceland. (For the Australian ring road, see Highway 1 Australia.) Route 1, also known as the
    6 KB (542 words) - 04:41, 13 March 2016
  • Jökulsár Lagoon) - The majestic glacial lagoon in southeast Iceland located near Höfn on Route 1. Breiðamerkurjökull glacier retreated very quickly from 1920
    62 KB (9,470 words) - 23:19, 21 May 2016
  • North Iceland is the region of Iceland along the Greenland Sea, flirting with the Arctic Circle. Sauðárkrókur - The largest town in the Skagafjörður
    11 KB (1,603 words) - 04:54, 16 November 2015
  • 1783–1784 that threatened the population of Iceland at the time. Lakagígar can be accessed by going into road 1, turn into road 206 just south of the town
    9 KB (1,236 words) - 02:40, 25 May 2016
  • Southwest Iceland is the region of Iceland where the majority of the country's population lives, in and around the capital. Reykjavík — the capital
    10 KB (1,455 words) - 02:31, 23 May 2016
  • South Iceland is the region of Iceland along the North Atlantic Ocean. Towns are listed in an west-east order. Hveragerði - located in a geothermal area
    16 KB (2,490 words) - 02:14, 25 May 2016
  • Seyðisfjörður (category East Iceland)
    Seyðisfjörður is a city in East Iceland. There is a weekly ferry run by Smyril line from the Faroe Islands (duration: 1-2 days) and to Hirtshals, Denmark
    3 KB (322 words) - 02:12, 24 May 2016
  • West Iceland is the region of Iceland north of the capital. Listed from south to north. Borgarnes – a town by Borgarfjörður about an hour and a
    9 KB (1,326 words) - 04:03, 10 May 2016
  • Egilsstaðir (category East Iceland)
    airport:  Air Iceland - operates domestic flights to Reykjavík Two main roads serve as entry points into Egilsstaðir The ring road (Road 1) enters the
    7 KB (640 words) - 02:06, 24 May 2016
  • Akureyri (category North Iceland)
    town in Iceland outside the Southwest region, and the unofficial capital of North Iceland. The weather in Akureyri and in Northern Iceland in general
    15 KB (1,626 words) - 00:15, 24 May 2016
  • Reykjavík (category Southwest Iceland)
    permanent settler in Iceland was a Norwegian named Ingólfur Arnarson. He is said to have thrown his seat pillars into the sea en route to Iceland, and decided
    108 KB (14,115 words) - 09:50, 22 May 2016
  • Path Road 63 (Norway), Geiranger-Trollstigen scenic drive Route 1-Ring Road, around Iceland Padjelantaleden Brașov cultural itinerary Transylvania triangle
    14 KB (0 words) - 23:57, 10 April 2016
  • Þingvellir National Park (category South Iceland)
    west Iceland. Fairly easy routes could be taken from the most populated districts of north Iceland. People from the northeast and east Iceland could
    18 KB (2,839 words) - 01:28, 19 November 2015
  • Blue Lagoon (category Southwest Iceland)
    This article is about Icelandic location. For Turkish Mediterranean resort colloquially known as Blue Lagoon, see Ölüdeniz. Blue Lagoon is a geothermal
    4 KB (616 words) - 05:29, 23 December 2015
  • but the term "Nordic" is broader and also includes Finland and Iceland. At almost 1.2 million square kilometres (463,000 square miles), the countries
    54 KB (5,723 words) - 01:58, 21 May 2016
  • Jökulsárlón (category East Iceland)
    car and is located on the Ring Road (Route 1) between Höfn and Skaftafell National Park in Southeastern Iceland. The lagoon is about 50km from Skaftafell
    6 KB (893 words) - 02:13, 24 May 2016
  • Vík í Mýrdal (category South Iceland)
    Vík í Mýrdal, also known as Vík, is a village in South Iceland. Vík is a very small village, with about 300 inhabitants. Its importance comes largely
    9 KB (1,175 words) - 02:35, 25 May 2016
  • Selfoss (category South Iceland)
    Selfoss is the largest town in South Iceland. Selfoss is rarely seen as a tourist destination in its own right. Although it sits by a beautiful spot
    7 KB (935 words) - 02:20, 25 May 2016
  • Hveragerði (category South Iceland)
    town in South Iceland. Hveragerði [1] is uniquely located in a geothermally active area. Its name is derived from an Icelandic word for hot spring
    4 KB (478 words) - 02:17, 25 May 2016
  • of investment. The closest neighbouring countries and territories are Iceland to the South-East, Canada to the West and the Svalbard islands of Norway
    23 KB (3,216 words) - 17:38, 26 May 2016

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