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Nature Week Held in Southwest Iceland

Between July 25 and August 2 a “Nature Week” will be celebrated on Reykjanes peninsula in southwest Iceland, among other events with walks, beach trips, educational programs and exhibitions.

From Reykjanes, view of the Gardskagaviti lighthouse. Photo by Páll Stefánsson.

The program also includes bird watching, plant analysis and sea angling, as stated on the initiative’s website, natturuvika.is.

Nature Week is a collaboration between the culture representatives of the municipalities Grindavík, Gardur, Sandgerdi, Vogar and Reykjanesbaer, and the sfj culture agency, Morgunbladid reports.

Nature Week is thought of as a family affair and a reminder of what nature has to offer. The initiative is sponsored by the Sudurnes Culture Council.

For further information, visit the initiative’s website (which is in Icelandic), or call (+354) 691-8828.

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