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New Issue of Iceland Review Out

The March-April issue of Iceland Review (02.16) is out, filled with stunning photos and quality coverage. If you’re a subscriber, you have something to look forward to in the mail. Otherwise, when you visit the country, a free copy awaits you at Keflavík International Airport.

The magazine gives you all the latest information about cultural activities and current issues. As usual, the subjects are diverse: For the politically conscious, there is an in-depth interview with Iceland’s chief climate negotiator Hugi Ólafsson, as well as news analysis of how the Russian import ban has affected Icelanders. If you’re a sports fan, you’ll get to read about Iceland’s Sportsperson of the Year Eygló Ósk Gústafsdóttir.

For the fashion-oriented, there is an interview with colorful fashion designer Aníta Hirlekar. Anyone who’d like to know what it’s like to arrive in a foreign country as a refugee should read the interview with one of the first refugee families to arrive in Iceland from Syria this year. If architecture is your passion, you’ll be able to read all about Reykjavík’s buildings, be they ugly or beautiful. And the history buff will be charmed by the photos and coverage of Iceland in 1900.

The creative mind will enjoy the artistic landscape photos of Páll Stefánsson, as well as the black and white photos of Kristina Petrošiutė, and be fascinated by the story of how a French lawyer, Hélène Magnússon, left the law to renew Icelandic knitting traditions.

If you have no idea what to do in Iceland in March, the magazine makes sure you won’t be culturally starved by telling you all about marvelous music and more. Let’s not forget food, either. An interview with one of Iceland’s most innovative chefs will no doubt delight your palate.

There are promotional supplements, too: You’ll find essential in-depth information for the prospective investor in Iceland; and those who are looking for travel tips and advice about safe driving in Iceland will be well prepared for their trip after reading the Driving around Iceland supplement.

If an issue like that sounds too good to miss, you can subscribe here.

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