Former Minister of the Interior Hanna Birna Kristjánsdóttir released a statement yesterday...
The website Where Cool Things Happen has chosen Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon in south Iceland as the most...
A 200-meter (656-feet) ice tunnel has been dug into Langjökull in West Iceland, Iceland’s second-...
The volcanic eruption in Holuhraun continues to be strong, although its productivity has decreased...
Former Minister of the Interior Hanna Birna Kristjánsdóttir released a statement yesterday afternoon confirming the news that she had requested to be released from her duties as minister because of the leak affair. However, the decision was personal, not political, she says.
The website Where Cool Things Happen has chosen Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon in south Iceland as the most beautiful in the world.
A 200-meter (656-feet) ice tunnel has been dug into Langjökull in West Iceland, Iceland’s second-largest glacier. Last weekend, lighting was established. The project is being carried out by tour operator Ice Cave, which plans to offer tours into the glacier as of next summer.
The volcanic eruption in Holuhraun continues to be strong, although its productivity has decreased from mid-September. The activity is similar to what it has been in the last two weeks but the lava flow is more fluctuating.
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Future Islands nearly take the crown, Retro Stefson pull it back again.
Lily The Kid, Young Karin and Snorri Helgason steal my heart.
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Ásgeir and Soléy show off the best of Icelandic talent.
Samaris & Nive Nielsen close one festival on the eve of another.