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Seljavallalaug, the oldest swimming pool in Iceland. Tucked up in the mountains next to a river in the south, it’s a bit of a walk to get to but it’s so worth it. The water is a bit dirty, still pretty ashy from the volcanic eruption in 2010, but it’s a great place to hang out for the afternoon.

Seljavallalaug, the oldest swimming pool in Iceland. Tucked up in the mountains next to a river in the south, it’s a bit of a walk to get to but it’s so worth it. The water is a bit dirty, still pretty ashy from the volcanic eruption in 2010, but it’s a great place to hang out for the afternoon.

According to a 1998 survey, a majority of Icelanders believe in the existence of elves. | 17 Bizarre Facts To Know Before You Visit Iceland

17 Bizarre Facts About Iceland

According to a 1998 survey, a majority of Icelanders believe in the existence of elves. | 17 Bizarre Facts To Know Before You Visit Iceland

Selfoss Waterfall ~  Jokulsargljufur National Park Iceland.

Selfoss Waterfall ~ nature love - waterfallslove

Romantic Icelandic spot: Landbrotalaug hot pot

Landbrotalaug Hot Pot: Hidden in Snaefellsnes, Iceland

Pack Your Bags: The Perfect Iceland Itinerary — Aspiring Kennedy

Pack Your Bags: The Perfect Iceland Itinerary

Strokkur errupts every 10 minutes or so. Geyser, only Icelandic word that made it into English.

Strokkur errupts every 10 minutes or so. Geyser, only Icelandic word that made it into English.

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