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5 quirky coffee houses to visit in Reykjavik

In Iceland, visiting a coffee house, or 'Kaffihús', is more than a pastime—it's a cherished tradition. Icelanders delight in discovering inventive new ways to savor their coffee and tea. Whether you're looking to spark your creativity or simply share a laugh, Reykjavik's city center offers a vibrant selection of quirky coffee houses. Here are five unique spots that promise to enrich your experience and perhaps even surprise you.

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