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Djupivogur, South East IcelandBordeyri, North Central IcelandGullfoss, South West IcelandOxararfoss Waterfall, Thingvellir, South West IcelandMud Pool at Hverarond, Lake Myvatn, North East IcelandDettifoss, North Central IcelandGodafoss, North Central Iceland
Midnight sun near Husavik, North Central IcelandThe Blue Lagoon, Reykjanes PeninsulaSvartifoss Waterfall, Skaftafell National Park, South East IcelandGlacier Lagoon, South East IcelandLangaholt Beach, Snaefellsness PeninsularSkogafoss, South Central IcelandThe Beach at Vik, South Central Iceland
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Geographically speaking, Iceland is the world's youngest country, and often it appears that creation hasn't quite finished on this island in the North Atlantic as Iceland has over 100 volcanoes, the largest glacier in Europe, sits on top of the Mid Atlantic Fault and is slowly being prized apart.

Iceland is one of Europe's little gems that is often over looked by visitors, but it's natural beauty and stress free environment is not quickly forgotten. However if you insist on staying in five star hotels, eating prime beef steak and drinking Jack Daniel's, you had better bring sack and sacks of money with you.


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