Ísland áhugaverðir staðir,
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TRAVEL GUIDE
 
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SOUTHWEST ICELAND SAGA TRAILS

 SAGA TRAIL AROUND ICELAND

Small Battels And Attacks

The only sea battle of the country's history and Sturlunga Saga battels.
Eventually small battels and attacks it came to a showdown around Iceland in early days!

Murders and Executions

According to the Book of Settlement and the Sturlunga Saga, many murders, executions and slaying took place in Iceland

Legends and ancient saga
 
from Book of Settlements
 


Reykjavik


Akurey


Cabinet house


Cathedral Lutheran


Engey


Geldinarnes


G
ufunes

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Hofdi House


Korpulfsstadir

Þvottalaugar Laugardal
Laugardalur Valley


Nautholsvik Beach


Parliament


Prison Old

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 Videy island


Esja Mt

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Airport Reykjavik


Oskjuhlid
 


GROTTA

SELTJARNARNES

 


WITCHCRAFT

BURNINGS


MAPS SOUTHWEST

ICELAND SOUTHWEST
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Icelandic Saga
West < Southwest > South <>Highlands
Around Iceland

 


Capital Area


BESSASTADIR


BESSASTADIR CHURCH


Eilífsdalur Kjos


Kolvidarholl
 


LAMBHUS OBSERVATORY
 


GEIRSHOLMUR
 Whale Bay.


KAPELLUHRAUN
 

uppgroftur
Hofsstadir

Gardabaer


VIFILSSTADIR
 Gardabaer


Reykjanes
 


BASENDAR


BRENNISTEINS FJOLL


Bridge between two continents


ELDEY


Grindavik


HAFURBJARNAR STADIR


HVALSNES


HERDISARVIK


JUNKARAGERDI


Kalfatjorn church


KALMANSTJORN


KIRKJUBOL


REYKJANES


KRYSUVIK CHURCH


Sandvik


SELATANGAR


STADARBORG


STADUR


STAFNES

 
THORBJORN


VOGASTAPI

 


FISHING

 


MAPS SOUTHWEST

ICELAND SOUTHWEST
ATTRACTIONS

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Around Iceland


 

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