Today is Labor Day

Today Iceland celebrates Labor Day, as is celebrated in many countries across Europe. It has been a national holiday in Iceland since 1966 and is one of the country’s 11 flag days.

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Competition and Exhibition at Ásmundarsafn

A new exhibition, “I Choose Blossoming Women – the Woman as Symbol in the Art of Ásmundur Sveinsson” opens today at 5 pm in the museum dedicated to the sculptor on Sigtún in Reykjavík. At the same time, the winner of a design competition will be announced.

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Priests in Iceland Emit Bill on One Marital Law

By a narrow majority at the national priests’ convention on Thursday, Icelandic priests voted to refer the ruling of Minister of Justice Ragna Árnadóttir’s bill on one marital law, that is, that the same law should apply to the matrimony of same-sex and heterosexual couples, to the doctrine committee of the State Church.

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Drei Barista-Meister aus einer Familie

Carlos Ferrer, ein Grundschullehrer in Selfoss und Teilzeit-Dozent an der Universität von Island, ist seit vergangenem Wochenende Isländischer Meister im Mixen alkoholischer Kaffee-Getränke. Seine Tochter Ingibjörg und sein Sohn Tumi sind ebenfalls Barista-Meister.

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