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War and Peace Museum

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War and Peace Museum

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Hlodum Hvalfjardarstrond, 301 Akranesi, Akranes 301 Iceland
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Hike up to Icelands second highest waterfall.<br>The hike up there is one of the most beautiful trails in Iceland. <br>Hike through small cave. Cross a river barefooted and enjoy Icelands untouched nature with a local guide.<br>Iceland has so many waterfalls, but this one is one of the locals favourite one. It is not that long ago that Icelanders discovered this waterfall.<br>Bathe in Icelandic hot spring and visit a horse farm where they bake bread in the ground using geothermal heat.<br>This is a small group tour so you get to enjoy the day more.
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An ever growing collection of materials, prullaria and stories, get you soaked into the atmosphere of WWII in Iceland. A topic that I was not very familiar with, but started to read a book about it after my visit. Especially the music in the diner, and the elderly people
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As part of our literary tour during the Iceland Writers Retreat, we stopped in at the War and Peace Museum, overlooking beautiful Hvalfjörður. Inside was an amazing collection of wartime photos and artifacts, collected from the period of occupation in Iceland (1940-1945).
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Very interesting museum! The owners are very nice and the whole setup is beautiful. You can also get coffee/tea and some nice Icelandic waffles.
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A surprising museum to find in a quiet area of Iceland. We went to see references to a particular regiment stationed in Reykjavik during W W2. What a wonderful place it is. All memorabilia collected over a few years by a very enthusiastic and interesting collector, who is trying
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While off the beaten path this museum is a must if you are interested in the role of Iceland in WWII. The archivist who goes by William met us personally after a phone call to set up an appointment. We went over some documents from my fathers tour of duty during the war when he
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