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Southeast coast | Ruin near Tjörn
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The southeastern part of Iceland has been an extremely remote place between the devastating 1362 eruption of Öræfajökull and the completion of the Ring Road in 1974, and is still sparsely populated.

Monday 2 September 2019 by Martin Mergili in Europe / Iceland (618 visits)