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Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
Traveling Iceland
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  • 1. Traveling Iceland Design by Helga Music R.. Cleiderman
  • 2. Faroe islands
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  • 9. The Faroe Islands Or simply Faroes- Føroyar, meaning "Sheep Islands", Danish ,are a group of islands in Northern Europe, between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, about halfway from Iceland to Norway. They have been an autonomous region of the Kingdom of Denmark since 1948
  • 10. Iceland
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  • 22. Iceland from Space
  • 23. Land of Geysers
  • 24. Iceland Area = Total 103,000 km² Population = 309,699 Situated =in the North Atlantic Ocean between Greenland, Norway The island is extremely active, having many geysers, volcanoes, notably Hekla, Eldgjá, and Eldfell End.

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