After a good meal at the Icelandic Fish & Chips (in the same building) we stumbled upon a geological exhibit related to the volcanoes in Iceland with a variety of rocks and ash and salt and other interesting pictures to see and things to touch. Then we noticed that there was a movie about the volcanoes which started momentarily. We purchased the tickets and sat down for about an hour to watch the 2 very interesting professional documentaries (back to back) about the most significant eruptions on the island (1973 and 2010).
This was very useful and a good way to become familiar with one of the big issues in Iceland: the volcanoes.
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