Worth a trip here, and pay the small fee to go up top and see the view, that's the best bit!
The inside of the church is warm and comfortable, but being Protestant there's not much in the way of statues/paintings or religious icons inside. It's quite stark apart from the organ (currently covered for refurbishment), and nice real candles. It's nowhere near as big as many of the photo shopped pics would lead you to believe, if you've seen St Paul's, St Peters, St Basil's or Notre Dame then you might be disappointed here.
It's a Rekyavik must see tho, and again that view is worth the ride.
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