Parks & Green Area

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AusturstrÁ¦ti 20, Reykjavík

Dating back to 1862 this park is probably the oldest preserved household garden in Reykjavik. Throu... read more

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AusturvÁ¶llur, Reykjavík

Arguably the true heart of the city Austurvöllur (east field) used to be much bigger than it i... read more

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Kirkjustræti, Reykjavík

The site of Reykjavik’s first cemetery dating back to the time of Iceland’s settlement.... read more

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Tjarnargata, Reykjavík

In this area past meets present with Reykjavik’s City Hall prominent features interplaying wi... read more

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SuÁ°urgata, Reykjavík Came into use in 1838. It has many interesting gravestones that reveal changes in culture over time
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Bjargargata, Reykjavík 400 Birch trees were planted on this spot in 1914 marking the first effort towards systematic culti
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Sóleyjargata, Reykjavík

The Pavilion park (Hljómskálagarðurinn) What used to be the city dump for the mos... read more

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FrÁkirkjuvegur, Reykjavík

The Maternal park (Mæðragarðurinn) One of the city’s first playground for child... read more

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Lækjargata, Reykjavík

Ingólfsbrekka hill. Probably one of the best preserved sections of old Reykjavik’s lan... read more

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Lækjargata, Reykjavík

Arnarhóll hill Before 1764, Reykjavík had no prison to speak of. Convicts were shippe... read more

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Skólavörðuholt, Reykjavík

The architecture of Hallgrimskirkja church is inspired by natural lava formations. It took 40 years... read more

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Sæbraut, Reykjavík

The Sun Voyager was created by artist Jón Gunnar Árnason. It’s a boat of dreams... read more