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Top Things to Do in Akureyri, Iceland, from a Cruise Ship - Created by Staff

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Polar Hestar: Riding Tours and Riding Holidays in Iceland - Reiten, Reitferien und Reittouren in Island

Guided horseback riding tours in the North of Iceland. We are a family business, offering trips with the sturdy and amiable Icelandic horse.

Hlíðarfjall Akureyri

For nearly 40 years the mountain Hlíðarfjall has been one of the prime skiing areas of Iceland. The hallmarks of Hlíðarfjall are high quality snow,


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Hlíðarfjall is a mountain located west of the Icelandic town Akureyri in Eyjafjörður. It is the site of one of two major ski resorts in Iceland. The former hotel no longer offers accommodation and is now mostly used for meetings.

Akureyri Art Museum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Akureyri Art Museum ( Icelandic: Listasafnið á Akureyri) was founded in 1993. It is the only art museum in Iceland located outside of the Greater Reykjavík Area. The museum is located in the center of Akureyri, the second-largest city in Iceland.

Akureyri - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

During World War II, Akureyri was one of three air bases used by the Norwegian-British No. 330 Squadron RNoAF. The squadron, which was formed on 25 April 1941, flew Northrop N-3PB bombers: 'A' flight was based at Reykjavík, 'B' flight at Akureyri and 'C' flight at Budareyri.

Matthias Korn's Homepage

I am a postdoc in the Philanthropic Informatics Lab of Amy Voida at the School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana Univsersity, Indianapolis (IUPUI). Before coming to the States, I was a postdoc in the interdisciplinary research center on Participatory IT (PIT) at Aarhus University.

Religion in Iceland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Religion in Iceland was initially the Norse paganism that was a common belief among mediaeval Scandinavians who started settling Iceland in the 9th century CE until Christian conversion traditionally around 1000CE though paganism did not vanish then.

Akureyrarkirkja - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Akureyrarkirkja contains a notably large 3200- pipe organ, a unique interpretation of the crucifixion and a suspended ship hanging from the ceiling which reflects an old Nordic tradition of giving offerings for the protection of loved ones at sea. Until recently it was believed that the opaque central window in the chancel once belonged to Coventry Cathedral in England.