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It is a must to walk around. My mom was living in a similar house un til 1935. No running water. Authentic Hobit house.
A cultural heritage collection of 15,000 regional folk craft artifacts exhibited in 3 museums and 6 historical buildings. Distance is about 59 kilometers (36 mi). Opening Hours: June, July, August: 09 - 18. September to May: 10 - 17.
Skogar Museum is a cultural heritage collection of 15,000 regional artifacts exhibited in 6 historical buildings and 3 museums.
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“Una offers a great selection of handpicked local products and souvenirs with a nice blend of unique handicraft, art and design products as well as produce from Icelandic nature such as jams, teas, spices, kelp sauce, rhubarb candy and more. Have a seat in their cosy corner and enjoy light refreshments after a fun shopping spree!”
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“The Saga Centre in Hvolsvöllur offers a unique Njal's Saga exhibition, where Njal's Saga, the most famous of the medieval Sagas of Icelanders is Introduced in several languages. The exhibition gives an overview over the world of the Sagas, the Viking age and the age of the settlement, but it was in the region of Hvolsvöllur that Njal's Saga did 'take place' exactly one thousand years ago. In The Saga Centre is also an modern art gallery, the Saga Hall – a replica of a Viking longhouse with historic refreshments, model of Þingvellir AD 1000, Co-op museum, the new Njal's Saga tapestry in progress, elegant gift & souvenir shop and Viking costumes and weapons for the kids to play with. ”
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“located in middle off town Hvolsvöllur - both a gallerý and you can sit in and eat pizza and drink beer - ”
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“There are two ways to reach this twin waterfall. One is through Hvolsvöllur, driving into Fljótshlíð the other is via gravel road past the mountain (or hill) Stóri-Dímon. When you first see it, it’s a small waterfall, you can walk behind it and see Eyjafjallajökull glacier volcano through its stream or you can fill your water bottle with the most delicious water. But this is only the second drop of the falls. If you head further into the gorge you will see the original one, falling much higher. The name Gluggafoss means window waterfall and you will soon see why. The cliff the waterfall spouts from is made from tuff which is quite soft so the water stream was able to carve little “windows” into it and now the water spouts through 3 different “windows” in the cliff. It’s gorgeous and often a rainbow adds the cherry on top to this magical place. Worth the visit, no doubt!”
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