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This church was a most unexpected find that I saw simply driving in the main road. This is the oldest, concrete church in the world and sits alone on a hilltop, visible from all around. I could see if from a distance and figured out...More
This neat little red and white church is well worth a camera stop. From the main road, there‘s a great view of it silhouetted against the mountains behind, close to the church there is a little graveyard which makes a good foreground, and from the...More
Iceland is not short of beautiful country churches located in a scenic landscape. But this lonely church near Rif in the west of the Snaefellsness Peninsula is a stunner. A small road leads to the church on a hilltop with the snowcapped mountains behind it....More
The church was built in 1903, is a single building in a vast field, provides great views and scenic photos. The church is interesting as inside is a a painted picture of Christopher Columbus visiting Iceland in the 1470s - where he got some of...More
Another church that sits alone and makes for a nice photo image with some background around it. Unfortunately for me it was a rainy day with plenty of low clouds. The best angle seems to be at the beginning of the one lane road leading...More
This church is just off the highway near the village of Rif. You can see it up on the hilltop. The road leading to it creates a great foreground for photos, especially when it is lined with fields of lupine as it was when we...More