Another Tiny House from Reykjavik, Iceland

Located on the fringe of the Arctic Circle, Reykjavik is the world’s northernmost capital. Framed by the majestic Mt. Esja, the city spreads across a peninsular with panoramic mountain and Atlantic views.” –

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Tiny Cottages in Iceland

On my way back from Copenhagen, I stayed for a few days in cold and dark Iceland. This fascinating and stark island in the North Atlantic is fast becoming one of the top places to visit in Europe — with or without Eyjafjallajökull blowing it’s top. Reykjavik is stylish and easy to get around in and the rest of the country is a mix of mountains, seaside, towering cliffs and, of course, hot springs like the famous Blue Lagoon. It’s interesting how the Icelandic tourism industry has turned this essentially inhospitable land into a place that is comfortable to stay…” – Christina

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Icelandic Turf House at Árbær Open Air Museum

The concept of the museum was very interesting because it portrayed the history of Icelandic lifestyle through houses, barns, costumes, and tools. As we understood it they formed the museum by literally picking up historic houses and moving them to this site. There were very interesting patterns in the wallpaper and decorations within the houses. Our favorite, however, was the turf houses which were extremely small and had a grass roof.” – Nazil & Matt

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