Today we are going to talk about a beautiful country named Iceland. If you ask someone about this country, most people will say, it is a cold country situated somewhere in the North!
Well, that’s true but you have to know about the unique landscape of this astonishing country.
Do you know this isolated country is one of the most demanding places for visitors in the world?
In this article, we have arranged 20 stunning photographs of Iceland that will blow your mind on an instant game and brought a will to visit this paradise.
Check this 20 awesome photos and have a deep breath about your thoughts on Iceland. We hope, this will drive your happiness.
Here Are Most 20 Beautiful Pictures Of Iceland
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Do you know, Iceland holds an area of over 100,000 square kilometers but is home to only about 325,000 people?
With a population density of just 3.1 residents per 1 square kilometer, it’s the most lightly populated country in Europe.
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If you come across a compact when traveling Iceland´s countryside, it can look as astonishing as this secluded scenic house built in the middle of a green bluff.
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Here is an unknown fact that Iceland is – from a geological point of view – comparatively young country.
This is strongly believed to have formed only 16 to 18 million years ago!
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Do you know, Waterfalls are one of the most iconic features of Iceland? Hraunfossar, a series of waterfalls formed by rivers gushing over a distance of about 900 meters out of a lava field, which is a very popular spot for photographers.
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The waterfalls spill into the Hvítá River from strips of less porous rock in the lava. The tough word, Hvítá means “white river” in the Icelandic language! One of the most stunning places in Iceland.
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Do you know, Volcanoes are another thing Iceland is famous for! This volcano in the picture is a part of Eyjafjallajokull, a small ice cap located in southern Iceland.
The volcano has exploded relatively frequently since the last glacial period, most recently in 2010, resulting in the closure of airspace over many parts of Europe.
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The name of this volcano is Laki which is situated near a small village of Kirkjubæjarklaustur in southern Iceland.
This volcano hasn’t been causing any troubles in recent times. Nevertheless, in 1783, the volcano’s eruption caused widespread destruction throughout Europe, caused a scarcity in Egypt and intervened monsoon patterns in northern Africa and India.
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There are almost hundreds of volcanoes in Iceland with nearly 30 volcanic systems still active. The explosions are sometimes appended by these lava cataracts which create truly breathtaking sceneries!
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Here are Another prevailing features of the country. They are icebergs and glaciers. These glaciers can be found in Jökulsárlón, which is a large glacial lake in southeast Iceland. With a depth of over 248 meters, and it is the deepest lake of the country.
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Talking about Jökulsárlón, this lake is also home to these bizarre black-striped icebergs which attract photographers from all over the world! really a stunning place to see. Are you thinking to give a tour in Iceland?
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There are 3 national parks and various nature sanctuaries in Iceland. Established in 1979, the Fjallabak Nature Reserve offers its visitors a stunning mountainous landscape, surrounded by volcanoes and geothermal activity, covered by lavas, sands, rivers, and lakes.
Holding about 47,000 hectares, the reserve boasts of over 150 types of flowering plants.
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Shielding almost 14,200 square kilometers, Vatnajökull National Park is Europe’s second-largest national park. Which also includes Skaftafell, a security area famous for its magnificent ice caves.
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No, this is not an edited photo. This picture is real and Taken in Iceland. Which may look like an abstract painting is an aerial view of a volcanic river!
Passing through glacial fields and volcanic ash, there are many of such astounding rivers in Iceland.
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Woow! just have a look at this astonishing volcanic river. A volcanic lake. Among many of Iceland’s volcanoes, especially in the western volcanic zone, crystal clear lakes have formed in the abysses.
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When will you spend some time in Iceland´s nature, you just get used to the fact that almost everything around you is spooky beautiful.
After this, seeing a church like this is no surprise to you. This church which was Built-in 1884. The Hofskirkja Turf Church is one of just six turf churches still standing in the country.
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You must have to give thanks to Iceland for its unique location just outside the Arctic Circle, It offers its visitors another extraordinary attraction – the northern lights! Ranked among the most magnificent natural phenomena on Earth, the northern lights can be perceived in Iceland usually from middle September to middle April.
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Just look at the scene. Exploding volcano with the rare red northern lights in the background is an amazing combination that you can only see in Iceland! This is a true beauty.
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The Rangá Hotel which is located in a rural area in the south of Iceland is known for having excellent conditions for watching the scene.
No air and light pollution in the area allows you to endure this wonderful phenomenon at its best!
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This place is also home to plenty of fantastic mountain ranges that could keep any hiker obtained for a lifetime.
Covered with ice caps and icebergs, they may look like something different from another planet.
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This place is situated in the south of Iceland between the glaciers Tindfjallajökull and Eyjafjallajökull, Thorsmork Moutain Ridge is often regarded as the most popular hiking area of the country.
Convenient by daily coaches from the capital Reykjavík and other towns, Thorsmork always offers exceptional views.