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Located in Haukadalur valley in South Iceland, close to the Hvítá river and probably the best known hot spring area in the world. There are several spouting hot springs but Geysir, which the area is named after, has been dormant for nearly 100 years. The biggest geyser today is Strokkur, which spouts every 3-6 min. It generally spouts to height of 15-20 metres, but sometimes even to 40 metres. The Geysir area is part of the Golden Circle, and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Iceland.

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