Did you know that…..
-Iceland has an area of 103,000 km2?
-Iceland is the most sparsely populated country in Europe with a population of 325,671 people?
-And the name Iceland is actually very decieving? Iceland actually has a little amount of ice and mostly consists of green forests?
I wonder who found the country!
vikings discovered iceland in 870
The one above my name.The second Anonymous
There are puffins in ice land
That was from caelan
that’s very funny!
http://www.roughguides.com/destinations/europe/iceland/ This is a cool website to find exiting places .Also you can go to Hiking in Hornstrandir if you like to hike. One really cool place you cant miss is The Blue Lagoon..The spa is located in a lava field in Grindavík on the Reykjanes Peninsula, southwestern Iceland.The Blue Lagoon is a and spa and geothermal complex .also Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon Iceland is a famous attraction. It was first appeared in 1934.It is the deepest lake in Iceland.They have many tour boats to get through them such as the http://www.extremeiceland.is/en/individuals/sailing-tours/boat-tour-tickets-glacier-lagoon and the http://www.icelandictravelmarket.is/day-tour/glacier-walks/.the population of iceland is 325,000
http://www.adventures.is/iceland/snorkeling? Is a really cool website that shows you awesome places.One thing that I learned from the website is Into theblue is a secret canyon beetween contients that makes Iceland a very unusual snorkeling destation.Reykjavík is Icelands captiol.Did you know that Iceland is 4 hours ahead of us in time?Harpa is a concert hall and conference centre in Reykjavík, Iceland.The opening concert was held on May 4, 2011.
.The National Museum of Iceland was established on 24 February 1863, with Jón Árnason the first curator of the Icelandic collection, previously kept in Danish museums.What time of the year is the best to visit iceland?
Who are these Anonymous?
http://www.roughguides.com/destinations/europe/iceland/ This is a cool website to find exiting places .Also you can go to Hiking in Hornstrandir if you like to hike. One really cool place you cant miss is The Blue Lagoon..The spa is located in a lava field in Grindavík on the Reykjanes Peninsula, southwestern Iceland.The Blue Lagoon is a and spa and geothermal complex .also Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon Iceland is a famous attraction. It was first appeared in 1934.It is the deepest lake in Iceland.They have many tour boats to get through them such as the http://www.extremeiceland.is/en/individuals/sailing-tours/boat-tour-tickets-glacier-lagoon and the http://www.icelandictravelmarket.is/day-tour/glacier-walks/.
I wonder what ice lands majority religion is
The population of Iceland is 325,000. Iceland’s capital is Reykjavik, which stands for smoky bay. They speak Icelandic language. Some mountains are snowy through the summer time. Icelands nickname is the land of fire and ice.I wonder what Iceland looks like in person ?
The’s sights will give you info for your trip!
http://www.extremeiceland.is/en/activity-tours-iceland/glacier-hiking-iceland/glacier-hikes-from-reykjavik/eyjafjallajokull This URL will give you the infomation to book a tour to to the top of a glacier.This website taught me were Iceland is! http://www.kids-world-travel-guide.com/iceland-facts.html
look at national geographic kids.com. I found out that iceland has cool coins.
Iceland is home to many National parks. Vatnajökull is the largest national park in Europe. it covers 14% of iceland. Iceland is also has alot of whale watching destinations. you can whatch blue whales, humpback whales, orca, and cetacea whales. you can also see many kinds orf birds when you are birdwatching.
Did you know that 1 US dollar is equal to 113.990 krona in Iceland. A very pretty thing that you can see at night is the Aurora Borealis. Aurora Borealis also known as Nothern Lights, are made by particles from the Sun from solar explosions. A common color that you would see is a very vibrant green. Here is more information on the website: http://www.visiticeland.com/northern-lights there are many tours that you can do on Iceland’s galciers. Here is some info:http://www.glacierguides.is/ What I learned is that you can finds many beautiful things in nature like [surprisingly] streams. There are many interesting things in Iceland!
Iceland is a great place; especially the see birds like: Cute puffins! Why is Iceland nicknamed “The Land of Fire and Ice?” Well, here’s your answer: Most parts of Iceland is covered with ice, but there are also some volcanoes which are pretty active. There are amazing tours there, like the tour of whale watching! http://www.viator.com/Iceland/d55-ttd?pref=02&aid=g2980 is an interesting site, it shows many things to do in Iceland! What do they eat, you ask? Fish, game, fruits, pastries, and much more tasty food! OH! You can do so much fun things, like go on GLACIERS!!! http://www.glacierguides.is/ is where you can find how to go on ’em, and take cool glacier tours. You know, I still wonder if Iceland has green parts, too?
In Iceland the currency is krona. The flower of the country is a Dryas Octopetala a beautiful flower with eight petals hence the octo in Octopetala. Petalon means petals. Iceland was founded by the Vikings, The Scandinavians. They were the first to settle in Iceland in 870. Iceland has over 20 active volcanoes!!!!! That’s why it is nicknamed The land of fire and ice because of the volcanoes. However the word ice in the land of fire and ice is talking about the glaciers that are 1,000 meters thick !! Vatnajokull is the largest glacier in Iceland with an area of 8,300 kilometers and with the height of about 2,109.6 meters!!!!
did you know there are more than 20 volcanoes in iceland ready to blow.
Iceland has a population of 325,671 people. Iceland is called The Land of Fire and Ice because in spring it gets very hot and Iceland has many volcanos. It gets very cold in the winter. Some mountains stay snowy all year as well. They speak Icelandic language in iceland. 1000 years ago they spoke Danish because they were under Danish rule. What kind of sports do they do in Iceland. Here’s a place were you can go to learn more: http://www.kids-world-travel-guide.com/iceland-facts.html
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