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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › ReykjavíkReykjavík - Wikipedia

    Reykjavík is the capital, and in fact Iceland’s only city, and as such, it plays a vital role in all cultural life in the country. The city is home to Iceland’s main cultural institutions, boasts a flourishing arts scene and is renowned as a creative city with a diverse range of cultural happenings and dynamic grassroots activities.

  2. A 49 km long railway, the first in Iceland, is planned to link the airport to Reykjavik in order to relieve one of the country's busiest roads. The railway will accommodate high-speed trains of up to 250 km/h, which will enable the distance to be travelled within just 18 minutes. As of October 2016, construction was to begin in 2020.

  3. Iceland (Icelandic: Ísland; ) is an island country in the North Atlantic, between Greenland and Norway, formerly a possession of Denmark. It is culturally considered to be part of Europe. Iceland is 301 kilometers east of Greenland and 1001 kilometers west of Norway. There are about 329,100 people who live in Iceland.

  4. Reykvíkingar hafa margar leiðir til að hafa áhrif á nærumhverfi sitt og almenna ákvarðanatöku í borginni. Á vef Reykjavíkurborgar má finna þær fjölbreyttu leiðir sem íbúar og stjórnsýsla borgarinnar hafa til að taka ákvarðanir og tala saman.

  5. Iceland là hòn đảo rộng thứ 18 trên thế giới và rộng thứ nhì châu Âu, sau đảo Anh. Iceland có vị trí chiến lược giữa biển Greenland và châu Âu. Tổng diện tích của Iceland là 103.000 km², trong đó phần đất là 100.250 km² còn phần nước là 2.750 km².

  6. The Icelandic Phallological Museum (Icelandic: Hið íslenzka reðasafn [ˈhɪːð ˈistlɛnska ˈrɛːðaˌsapn̥]), located in Reykjavík, Iceland, houses the world's largest display of penises and penile parts. As of early 2020 the museum moved to a new location in Hafnartorg, three times the size of the previous one, and the collection ...

  7. The first flight from the airport area was 3 September 1919, with the takeoff of an Avro 504, the first aeroplane in Iceland. Until 1937, there were experiments with airline operations in Vatnsmýri, but with the foundation of Iceland's oldest airline, Flugfélag Akureyrar (now Icelandair) in Akureyri in 1938, operations began in the area and in March 1940 scheduled flights started when ...

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