Traces of Lost Continent Found beneath Iceland

Scientists at the University of Oslo, led by geology professor Trond H. Torsvik, believe to have discovered traces of a lost continent in the rock around Öræfajökull, a Vatnajökull outlet glacier, in Southeast Iceland. The region may lie on top of the continent, which used to be part of Greenland, they reason.

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Exhibition on Iceland’s Visual Arts Heritage Opens

A new and unique permanent exhibition opens today in the historical Culture House on Hverfisgata in central Reykjavík. The exhibition, which will take place in the entire building, focuses on the heritage of the visual arts in Iceland across different genres, from the Middle Ages to present day.

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