Thingvellir is the first place to visit. The site of Iceland’s – and in fact the world’s – first parliament, the Althing. Dating from 930 AD, when the country’s various chieftains would meet to settle disputes and work out ways to harmoniously share this harsh island, this place is steeped in history and is stunningly beautiful.
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