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The Pearl (Perlan)

Perlan ('The Pearl' in English) is a spectacular landmark which overlooks Reykjavik and can be seen for miles around. Dating from 1991, it is actually a water storage facility (for the geothermal water that comes out of the earth here and supplies ... 

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Tour bus

November 2015

Quality coaches - picture says it all

Reykjavik cathedral

November 2015

Leif Erikson and my wife! in front of Reykjavik cathedral

View of Reykavik from The Pearl

November 2015

Fantastic views from the panoramic viewing walkway gallery around the The Pearl. Best wrap up as it's extra cold up there!!

Reykjavik tour - presidents house

November 2015

Andaluza N

This is a picture taken on the front lawn of their 'White House' equivalent, the house where the president lives.

Hallgrimskirkja in Rehkjavik

September 2015

Looking down on the church from the cafe across the street


July 2015

This church on a hill dominates the Reykjavik landscape

From on top of Perlan

February 2015

This is the view from Perlan, which is a restaurant which sits on top of the geothermally heated water tanks which hold the hot water that supplies the whole of Reykjavik.

View from the Pearl

February 2015

Stunning view for miles from the top

The Sun Voyager

February 2015

Beautiful scenery at every stop - this sculpture in Rekjavik harbour look different everytime we saw it!

hallgrim church

November 2013

it is a must visit place in Iceland!

Hallgrímskirkja Lutheran church of Reykjavik

August 2013

After having dinner at a restaurant that serves local food called Loki opposite the main square of the church.


September 2012

Blue Lagoon


February 2011

We had just spent a wonderful time bathing in the Blue Lagoon and took this pic on our way back to the City. This pool is just outside the bathing area and shows the wonderful contrast of colours between the pool and the lava rocks. A fantastic place to wind down. The water is so warm.

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