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Reykjavík

capital and largest city in Iceland

5.9km

64.14019-21.90794

Southwest Iceland

Southwest Iceland is the region of Iceland where the majority of the country's population lives, in and around the capital.

32km

63.92349-22.23495

Blue Lagoon

lake in Iceland

55km

63.87973-22.44374

Þingvellir National Park

(pronounced "THING-vet-lihr") - National Park and a UNESCO World Heritage site. 30 to 50 kilometres (19 to 31 mi) east of Reykjavík. Interesting for a number of reasons: it is the original site of the longest running parliament in the world (the name literally means 'parliamentary fields'), and it's where the North-American and European continental shelf plates are being torn apart.

92km

64.2581-21.125

Upcountry Árnessýsla

Upcountry Árnessýsla, or Uppsveitir Árnessýslu in Icelandic, is a rural area in South Iceland, home to many of the country's most famous attractions.

177km

64.198-20.359

Snæfellsjökull National Park

(SNY-fetls-yer-CUDDLE) - Located on the tip of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula in western Iceland, this park is home to the ice-covered volcanic crater that was the setting for Jules Verne's book Journey to the Center of the Earth.

206km

64.8-23.7833
Sights

Christ the King Cathedral (Reykjavík)

The Catholic cathedral of Iceland.

3.9km

64.1475-21.9485

Hveragerði

82km

63.9992211-21.2065315

Silfra

water-filled rift in Iceland between the North American an Eurasion tectonic plates

92km

64.255-21.123

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Hafnarfjörður

Iceland
Hafnarfjörður is a town in Southwest Iceland with a population of 25,000. It has a long history as a town but has today become a suburb of Reykjavík and the westernmost town in the contiguous urban area of the capital.

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