We found this interesting place by chance as we walked back to our hotel after dinner. Very interesting displays of volcanoes rocks and dust and lots of impressive pictures documenting two well known eruptions: one took place in 1973 and forced the entire population of an island just off the Iceland coast to flee to the mainland. The other one is the famous 2010 Eyafyattnajokull which much affected the air traffic everywhere in the world. A nice gentleman showed us various items of the exhibition and, even if it was not in the plans, got us watch a documentary about the 2010 eruption. Well worth a visit.
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