Two Openings in Reykjavík Art Museum

Two exhibitions opened in Reykjavík Art Museum – Hafnarhús on Thursday this week: “Spirit of Place and Narrative” by Egill Saebjörnsson and “D-14” by Ryan Parteka. Saebjörnsson will also organize art performances in relation to the Sequences Festival.

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Children’s Program at National Museum

Tomorrow the National Museum of Iceland invites children, ages nine to 12, to join a guided tour around the museum. The journey begins at the trails of the settlers in the 9th century and leads though the nation’s 1,200-year history to modern times.

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Farmers Chase After Wild Sheep in West Fjords

Farmers in the West Fjords caught 19 wild sheep, some of which fell from cliffs and died, in an action on Tuesday. The sheep have roamed free in the mountains between the fjords Patreksfjördur and Tálknafjördur for decades and four to five sheep are still on the loose.

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Schneehuhnsaison beginnt in Island

Am letzten Wochenende begann in Island die Schneehuhnjagd. Leider waren die Wetteraussichten für die etwa 3000 Schneehuhnjäger nicht so vielversprechend: angekündigt waren warme Temperaturen, bedeckter Himmel und Regen in den meisten Landesteilen.

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