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32 photos that will make you want to travel to Iceland

Vik is Iceland’s southernmost village and faces the open Atlantic Ocean, framed by a long black volcanic sand beach. Less than 300 people live in Vik, but it is the biggest settlement for some mi). Click through to read why Vik Iceland is a MUST See!

Sea Cliffs – Vik, Iceland

Sea Cliffs - Vik, Iceland

“ Sea Cliffs - Vik, Iceland ” Shots of Puffins to come……. Shot with Nikon + Nikon

Elf Garden, Vik, Iceland

Once you look over the mossy valleys and lava fields, you could be looking over elf gardens in Iceland, like here in Vik, South Iceland. If you meet an Elf, please say hi and send our best to the fellow.

Hvitserkur, also known as the Stone Rhino is one of the most important attractions of the Vatnsnes peninsula in the western part of the bay Húnaflói, West Iceland

Hvitserkur, also known as the Stone Rhino is an attraction of the Vatnsnes peninsula in the western part of the bay Húnaflói, West Iceland. The photographer Vincent Bourrut calls this shot "Troll Attack.

Power poles. Iceland. So cool.

Travel: Iceland - Land Of Giants, awesome human-like and reindeer-like electric poles!This cool company flawlessly transformed regular and boring electrical pylons into creative parts of the Icelandic landscape." ExPress-O

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Sheep graze above a black volcanic sand beach in Vik, Iceland.This is one of the worlds most beautiful beaches according to national geographic. The only non tropical beach on the list. Black volcanic sands make it look weird! (by olopez)

Cratère Víti, Askja  - Islande - Felix Lope de la Vega Quand on est pauvre, on vous tient pour un niais ; quand on est riche, on vous regarde comme un savant. Il n'y a pas de tache de naissance, quelque grande soit-elle, que l'or ne couvre, et il n'y a pas de faute minuscule que la pauvreté ne découvre et n'amplifie.

This is an explosion crater called "Víti" and it is positioned in Askja and was formed in The water is warm enough for swimming and was this crater named one of the Top 10 Nature Bath spots in the World for 2010

Seljavallalaug Pool in Iceland

The most incredible 36 hours in Iceland - EVER

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