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Christmas season in Reykjavík

Christmas is just around the corner and Reykjavík is turning into winter wonderland. This season is magical and you will find all sorts of activities in the city center.

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Icelandic language day

On the 16th of November we celebrate our beautiful Icelandic language. We love to use Icelandic words and phrases as we think our culture shines through our language!

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Árbær - Open Air Museum

Árbær Open Air Museum is located in Reykjavík and has the purpose of showing visitors the work and living conditions of people in Iceland in earlier times. The museum is constantly growing and is a great attraction for everyone while visiting Reykjavík.

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Festival of the Sea

Festival of the Sea is an extension of Fisherman's Day, an Icelandic annual holiday usually held the first Sunday in June. Fisherman's Day has been celebrated since 1938 to honor the hard work and sacrifices of the Icelandic fisherman.

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We fought for our right to party!

Beer was illegal in Iceland for most of the 20th Century and the prohibition finally ended on March 1, 1989. This is why Icelanders celebrate Beer Day on March 1st. (We had to fought for our right to party!)

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Quirky winter traditions

Want to learn about some quirky and delicious Icelandic winter traditions held in February like Bun Day, Blast Day and Ash Wednesday?

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Turf houses

Have you ever wonder how an isolated community, living in harsh conditions, without an easy access to metal goods would build their homes?

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