Dwarfcliffs. Hexagonal basalt columns. According to local folklore, dwarves lived in the cliffs of this natural monument.
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Dverghamrar

Dverghamrar, or Dwarf Cliffs, are located in South East Iceland about 10 km east of the village Kirkjubæjarklaustur. Hexagonal basalt columns form a small horseshoe-shaped

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Skaftafell

Skaftafell is located in South East Iceland beneath the Vatnajökull icecap and a part of Vatnajökull National Park. It is a mountainous region, with powerful

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Brúin

Brúin Footbrige Brúin (The Bridge) is located on the Reykjanes peninsula. It is a man-made footbridge over a 15m fissure, spanning a gaping rift between

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Garðskagaviti

Garðskagi and Garðskagaviti Garðskagaviti  is located at the North West tip of the Reykjanes peninsula, close to the village Garður not far from Keflavík international

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Fjallsárlón

Fjallsárlón Lagoon Located in South Iceland, Fjallsárlón is a glacial lake with floating icebergs. Fjallsjökull glacier which is part of the Vatnajökull ice cap reaches

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Gígjökull

Gígjökull Glacier Located in South Iceland, Gigjökull is one of two glaciers that descend from the main Eyjafjallajokull Ice cap. Eyjafjallajökull is the fifth largest

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Þórsmörk

Located in the southern Icelandic highlands, Þórsmörk is a valley named after the Norse god Thor. It is situated between the glaciers Tindafjallajökull and Eyjafjallajökull.

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Stakkholtsgjá

Stakkholtsgjá  is  located close to the entrance of Þórsmörk . It is about 100metres high and a 2 km long canyon with a waterfall at

Bláhylur is a crater formed after an explosive eruption that took place over 1100 years ago.
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Bláhylur Crater Central Highlands

Bláhylur is a Crater in Southern Highlands close to the better known Landmannalaugar. It is a crater formed after an explosive eruption that took place

Waterfalls

Urriðafoss

Urriðafoss is one of the major waterfalls in the river Þjórsá, the longest river in Iceland, approximately 230 km long. It is located in South

Waterfalls

Svartifoss

Svartifoss is located in Skaftarfell which is part of  Vatnajökull National Park in the South East of Iceland. It is fed by melt water from

Waterfalls

Ófærufoss

Ófærufoss is located in the river Nyðri-Ófæra in central Iceland and falls in two cascades into the Eldgjá canyon. Elgjá is a 40 km long