Chapters - A Wiki of Ice and FireWorldView is a place for leaders in the fields of language education, global citizenship, immersion learning, and other topics central to the Concordia Language Villages mission to address issues important to their fields. Subscribe here to receive new blog posts directly to your inbox. Iceland—Land of fire and Ice! Land of poets and saga writers! Land of our ancestors!
Iceland - Land of Fire and Ice
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Sitting just below the Arctic Circle and above the Mid-Atlantic Ridge that marks the junction of the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates, Iceland is home to active volcanoes, spouting geysers, thermal springs and frequent earthquakes. Since , tourist numbers have increased eight-fold to around two million every year. Nearly all such trips begin from Reykjavik, and most stick to the southwest corner of the island, before heading east along the south coast. These landmarks are particularly popular between May and September when visitors take advantage of the long summer days and warmer average temperatures. It may have the history, but it is the nearby Strokkur geyser that has the reliability.
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