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Húsavík

town in Iceland

42km

66.04295-17.3408

Vatnajökull National Park

national park in Iceland

51km

64.5-17

Akureyri

town in Iceland

122km

65.6833-18.1
Sights

Jökulsárgljúfur National Park

national park

55km

65.91888889-16.52055556

Ásbyrgi

A very unusual, and very large, cliff formation 60km east of Húsavík, said to be the hoofmark of Odin's horse. Within Vatnajökull National Park.

58km

66.01444444-16.50333333

Vatnajökull

largest and most voluminous Icelandic glacier

60km

64.4-16.8

Dettifoss

Europe's largest waterfall

69km

65.81466667-16.38447222

Jökulsárlón

glacial lake

113km

64.07027778-16.21166667

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Mývatn

Iceland
Mývatn is a lake near Akureyri in North Iceland. The lake was formed during a massive eruption 2300 years ago. Today the area is best known for the huge numbers of birds that visit in the summer, and for the weird and inspiring volcanic features that surround the lake. The name "Mývatn" is derived from the vast numbers of midges that gather at the lake and are sure to leave an impression on all who visit!

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