Iceland

Iceland

Capital - Reykjavik
Population - 304,000
Area - 103,000 km²
Density - 2.95 / km²
Currency - ISK
Official language – Icelandic
Iceland the second largest island in Europe and is a small volcanic island located between the Greenland Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean in the Arctic, Iceland is the westernmost European country. Its coastline is 4,988 km long. The island is replete with active volcanoes, causing the landscape to continuously shift. Iceland is offering a wealth of natural attractions from lava flow to erupting geysers such as the Golden Circle. There are also hot springs that appear, moving fissures on the ground, and glaciers that grind across ice slopes. From bohemian villages to vibrant cities with exciting nightlife, dolphins to whales Iceland has something to offer every touris. The most visited place on the island is The Blue Lagoon - a geothermal spa where you can relax while swimming in geothermal sea water. The water is very rich in minerals that is why it is considered to have curative powers.

Northern Lights

The Northern Lights or the Aurora Borealis is the most enigmatic light show on earth, a spectacular natural phenomenon. The name Aurora Borealis is made up of the name of the Roman goddess of dawn, Aurora, and the Greek name for the north wind, Boreas, and it was Pierre Gassendi,…
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