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Reykjavík Pride

In Reykjavík the week is of to a great start! We are united as a city in celebrating life, love and...

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Easter In Iceland

Traditional Icelandic easter eggs from candy factory Freyja! Photo: Freyja (freyja.is)   Have you ever wondered how Icelanders spend Easter? On the face...

The Evolution Of Icelandic Food: The Role Of Fish

The Evolution Of Icelandic Food: The Role Of Fish Once the Icelanders fish their fish, much of it is exported. But what happens to the...

The Fish of Iceland

Previously, we talked about how instrumental fishing was in Iceland and how Iceland successfully made the transition from struggle to wealth through fishing. This...

Ready To Celebrate Eat-Till-You-Burst Day?

An Icelandic grocer posing in 1980 with all the ingredients needed for a Eat-Till-You-Burst Day feast! Photo: timarit.is   Icelanders have a rather curious collection of...

4 bars you have to visit in Iceland

Craving a cocktail or two after a day of wandering around Reykjavík? We know the feeling. There really are not many things that beat sitting...

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Reykjavík Pride

In Reykjavík the week is of to a great start! We are united as a city in celebrating life, love and...

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Truno

What They Do And Why They Do It: Ólafur Darri Ólafsson

Trúnó (Noun, Icelandic): a private confessional conversation–usually accompanied by alcohol. Niceland will talk to a different creator every week. Some of them will be artists. Some...

What They Do And Why They Do It: Sif Sigmarsdóttir

Trúnó (Noun, Icelandic): a private confessional conversation–usually accompanied by alcohol. Niceland will talk to a different creator every week. Some of them will be artists. Some...

Seafood

Mighty Fish!As the Niceland Seafood brand highlights, fresh fish runs deep within the Icelandic community. Every year on the second weekend of August...

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