Fire and Iceland
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| MediaVideos are available by ticking the box next to the category in the menu. Circles will appear which are clusters of videos, click a number and the videos should appear individually. Clicking a clapper-board icon will open a modal pop-up window containing the media. | GPSLatitude and longitude of places have been supplied in case you'd like to add them to your SatNav. Many of these are approximate, but should bring you to the correct area. | SoundHovering over a map icon will show a tool-tip which will disappear when you move off the icon. If the tool-tip has a < symbol then the full info contains a pronunciation. When you click the icon, if there's a white ▶ button in the pop-up marker, it'll play the sound of a pronunciation when clicked / tapped. | UnitsValues shown alone - e.g. 426m - are elevation above sea level. Water depth etc. may also be specified in descriptions. Height (H), width (W), depth (D), area (A), volume (V) etc. are all displayed in metres (or m2 or m3) and litres (GL = GigaLitres). | TunnelsRoad tunnels are shown as an icon and also as a red line approximating the underground route. Planned works not yet completed are depicted by a dotted line. More info is available within the tunnel marker pop-up. | HotpotsNatural geothermal pools varying in size from bathing spots for one person to others for a small group. Not all hotpots are suitable for bathing, always check temperature before entering the water. Those shown with a red border have been developed into spas and are therefore paid entry. | MountainsIt is outwith the scope of this map to provide all of the mountain names and locations. Those which are provided have an icon which references the size, i.e. the tall icon is one of the taller mountains. | VolcanoesThe colour of the icon represents the activity level of the volcano over the last 8000 years. | GeothermyGeothermal areas are classed here as somewhere between hot bathing pools and actual volcanoes, usually containing high activity hydrothermal features such as geysers, steam or gas vents, fumaroles, boiling mud pots and bubble or spouting springs.

Volcanoes, glaciers, icebergs, waterfalls, Aurora Borealis
Peace and quiet, wildlife, sea life, black sand, clean water, good food, challenging roads, spectacular views, changeable weather
Assorted facts and figures, and quite a lot of opinions about Iceland, created by two British tourists. No adverts or cookies. What's not to like?

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Icelandic pronunciations from Forvo by
addihetja, alexandrayr, Almar, arnargisla, armannbern, aus11, bjarkibjarki, bjartursteingrims, dagurb, Elin, evarun, gbergur, goli77, Gudrun, guttyxx, hlodver, jonjonson, kongurlo, mannrusl1, MrMe, olfine, Petur75, Prandelli27, ragnaror, ret001, Sindrijo, Snaedis, Steinninn, SusannaMargret, Villi, wertxi, and whyking.

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