The Reykjavik open chess tournament

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One of the most prestigious international tournaments in the world takes place every spring in Reykjavik known as Reykjavik open. Most of the strongest chess players of the world have participated the competition, many more than once. Association of professional chess tournament has chosen as the best open chess tournaments held in recent years. But the tournament is a very entertaining mix of professional and amateur chess as well as young and promising skákmanna rapidly moving up the ladder chess.

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The food in Iceland

The characteristics of the food in Iceland is how pure it is and how fresh it is. The fish and the Icelandic lamb is highly specific, but basically, the high-quality material characteristics of Icelandic food culture. Icelandic food culture is characterized precisely by the slow food.


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Take bath in the nature baths in Lake Myvatn

It’s fantastic experience going into the nature baths in Lake Myvatn which is one of the most beautiful places in Iceland. Lake Myvatn is with a big lake and around it is built in an area where the history of the earth calls for people from all directions.

the nature baths in Lake Myvatn

The nature baths in Lake Myvatn are located in one of the highest points in Myvatn. There is an excellent opportunity to

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Facts about the Icelandic horse

When the Vikings come to Iceland, they took with them the horse type, named the Icelandic horse. Here is some facts about this unique horse breed which have a so big part of Icelandic history and are one of Icelanders best friend. And that´s exactly is one of the fact because how friendly and warm he is.

Relaxing - Friends - Kristinsdottir
Relaxing – Friends – Kristinsdottir

The connect between the horse and man.

The Icelandic horse is not big but has still been growing over the years. The relationship between man and horse are often much, even in short

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