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SOD CHURCHES & FARMS IN ICELAND
Sod farms and churches dating back to the 18th century.

Selið í Skaftafelli


SEA BATTLE, THE SAGAS, SKIRMISHES AND ATTACKS
The only sea battle of the country's history and Sturlunga Saga battels.
Small battles and attacks inIceland in early days!


MURDERS, DEATHS AT THE STAKE, AND OTHER EXECUTIONS
According to the Book of Settlement and the Sturlunga Saga, many murders, executions and slayings took place in Iceland.


WITCHCRAFT and SCORCERY
The witch hunt in Europe started around the year 1480 and continued to the turn of the 17th century.  The Icelanders were influenced by the Danes and the Germans during the period, but did not react until the persecutions were dwindling around the middle of the 17th century. 

 

 SAGA TRAIL AROUND ICELAND
You can combine all the most spectacular Icelandic saga places with other opportun!ities  in your driving program to realize the genuine "feel” for Icelandic saga and culture.

ICELANDIC LITERATURE
The Icelandic literature was created by the inhabitants of Iceland from the country's settlement in the 9th century to the present.


THE ICELANDIC LANGUAGE
Icelandic is one of the Nordic languages, which are a subgroup of the Germanic languages


HISTORICAL HIGHLIGHTS
From 874< Some Irish families and hermits  immigrated long before the Norvegians started their settlement.
To
two volcanic eruptions in 2010 


HISTORY of VOLCANISM
The islands of the Atlantic Ocean created by the volcanism of the Mid Atlantic Ridge.

ICELAND - ICE AGES
The Ice Ages are periods in the earth's history when a significant, extended cooling of the atmosphere and ocean took place.

PLATE TECTONICS
Plate Tectonics are a theory of global tectonics (geological structural deformations) that has served as a master key in modern geology for understanding the structure, history, and dynamics of the earth's crust.

ATTRACTIONS AROUND ICELAND
OVER 3000 ATTRACTIONS ALL OVER THE COUNTRY ARE ON THIS WEBSIDE!

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