One of the more interesting City Halls I've seen.
Here's the church without Leif's statue.
During the Reformation, priests used a tunnel under St. Mary's Tor to escape from authorities.
This dramatic structure looms over central Reykjavik.
This is the old parliament building in Reykjavik.
Note the ridge formed by the fault in the foreground. This lake lies at the junction of the North American and European continental plates.
The neighborhood north of the monument is quite old, with well-used alleys running behind many of the homes.
This photo was taken in February. The river is spilling into the rift valley. Note the ice buildup on the far ledge.
This is taken from the undeveloped property behind the Memorial. Just out of frame on the left is an archaeological dig of a pre-Revolutionary plantation house. The spot where I am standing was once part of a Civil War fort built by the Union Army to guard Washington from Confederate attack.
Note the waterfall at the far right. It is about 100 feet tall.