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The Culture House - Þjóðmenningarhús
The Culture House - Þjóðmenningarhús

No marker available. Hverfisgata 15, Reykjavik

A window into medieval Iceland the Culture House holds some of the most highly valued cultural treasures in Iceland; the medieval vellum manuscripts, including the Codex Regius of the Elder Edda and t...



Reykjavi­k Museum of Photography
Reykjavi­k Museum of Photography

No marker available. Tryggvagata 15, Reykjavík

Visit exciting photographic exhibitions that focus on the capital’s rich history and contemporary culture. The museum is a repository for nearly 5 million photographs taken by amateurs and professiona...



Hallgrimskirkja Church
Hallgrimskirkja Church

No marker available. Hallgrímstorg 101, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland, Reykjavík

The architecture of Hallgrimskirkja church is inspired by natural lava formations. It took 40 years to complete this imposing structure. Besides unusual architecture, the church offers a dramatic pano...



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Harpa - Expo Pavillion
Harpa - Expo Pavillion

No marker available. Austurbakki 2, Reykjavik

Expo: Visitors of Harpa are now able to visit the Iceland Expo Pavillion. It was designed for the Worlds Fair in Shanghai 2010 and set up again at the Frankfurt Book Fair in 2011, where Iceland was th...



Harpa - Concert Hall & Conference Centre
Harpa - Concert Hall & Conference Centre

No marker available. Austurbakki 2, Reykjavik

Harpa is one of Reykjavik's greatest and distinguished landmarks. It is a cultural and social center in the heart of the city and features stunning views of the surrounding mountains and the North Atl...



Kopavogur swimming pool
Kopavogur swimming pool

No marker available. Borgarholtsbraut 17, Kópavogur

Kopavogur swimming pool is one of the most popular swimming pools in Iceland and is among the largest in the country.  In 2008 it was for the most part renewed.  Now there are three swimming pools in...



Breidholtslaug
Breidholtslaug

No marker available. Austurberg 3, Reykjavík

This is a pool complex in the Reykjavik suburb of Breidholt. It features an outdoor pool, outdoor and indoor children’s pools, outdoor paddling pool, two water slides, three hot tubs, sauna, and st...



Sheriff Skuli Magnusson
Sheriff Skuli Magnusson

No marker available. Kirkjustræti, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland, Reykjavík

Sheriff Skuli Magnusson (1711-1794) Named: “The Father of Reykjavik” treasurer Skuli Magnússon was one of the main supporters of the “Innréttingar”, and campaigned in their favor throughout their exis...



King Christian IX
King Christian IX

No marker available. Lækjargata, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland, Reykjavík

King Christian IX Ruled Denmark from 1863 to 1906, known as “The Grandfather of Europe” with so many of his descendant’s becoming royalty. In 1874 he issued a new constitution for Iceland, a compromis...



Austurvöllur Plaza
Austurvöllur Plaza

No marker available. Austurstræti, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland, Reykjavík

Arguably the true heart of the city Austurvollur (east field) used to be much bigger than it is today. When farmers rode into the city for business they left their horses at Laekjartorg Square and put...