There are many glaciers in Iceland. In fact, glaciers and ice caps cover about 11.1% of the land area of Iceland. Jökulsárlón is a popular glacial lake in southeast Iceland. If you want to learn more about glacier tours in Iceland, go to http://www.glacierguides.is/ Here are some cool pictures of places to go in Iceland http://www.roughguides.com/destinations/europe/iceland/things-miss/#/0
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http://www.kids-world-travel-guide.com/iceland-facts.html Here is a website about Iceland’s facts. Iceland was founded in 870 by vikings. In Iceland a commen animal is called a puffin. If want to learn a little more about puffins than click this http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/birds/atlantic-puffin/. The reason Iceland is nick named The Land Of Fire & Ice is because Their is more than 20 active volcanos and it’s cold in Iceland so their’s a lot of ice and snow. One last fun fact about Iceland is that the ice in Iceland’s glaciers are more than 1000m thick.
They eat cow head, not cut up, just cooked cow head
goats are common in iceland.
-Iceland’s capital is Reykjavik.
-Iceland is one of the lands that horses live in.
-Iceland is a very good home for puffins
-Icelands population is 325,671
-Iceland’s laguage is Icelandic and English.
Vikings found ice land in 870. That’s a long time ago
iceland has been a republic sence 1944
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