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The Icelandic Horse: Our Most Indispensable Servant

The Icelandic Horse is a remarkable beast. Certainly, along with the fruits of the sea, life in Iceland would not have been possible without...

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...

Top 4 Locations to See the Northern Lights in Iceland

Lights Away! In last week’s blog post, we laid down our top 7 techniques to take the best possible pictures of the Northern Lights. But...

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...

Atlantic Klondike: The Icelandic Herring Saga

From Struggle to WealthIceland is not the easiest place to live in the world. Long (and when we say long, we...

Jennifer Lawrence Will Star In A Movie About The Last Execution In Iceland

Three-time Golden Globe-nominated director Luca Guadagnino has announced film adaptation of Burial Rites, starring Jennifer Lawrence as Agnes Magnúsdóttir. The film is an adaptation...

Photo Of The Day: View From The Top Off Skógarfoss

You probably all know the famous Skógarfoss. Located in the south part of the country and quite possibly the most photographed waterfall in the...

Flowers In Iceland: The Green-Power Of Geothermal Energy

Espiflöt is a flower farm located in the south-west of Iceland. The growth of flowers is made possible by geothermal energy, artificial light, freshwater...

Photo Of The Day: Mýrdalsjökull

Photo of the day is from the magical Mýrdalsjökull in the south of Iceland. Captured by Ruslan Valeev. If you get the chance to visit...

Icelandic Ghost Story: The Deacon Of Dark River

I will tell you this story as it was told to me. Two weeks before christmas, the deacon of Myrka, a small village in the...

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...
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Chef Hinrik Lárusson for Niceland Seafood

Please welcome Hinrik Lárusson to the Niceland Seafood team, Hinrik is also an esteemed member of the Icelandic National culinary team....

Nicelandic Anecdotes

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