The Giants of Iceland

Iceland. Its very name suggests a kind of strength. Something about its viking history, its inhospitable climate, and massive geothermal power has given the country an almost unparallel reputation in the world’s strongest man competition. It might have a population of just 300,000 people, but amongst those are some of the strongest that have ever lived. This small, black, volcanic

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Greenland and Iceland explained

Greenland and Iceland explained

[Intro Music] Generally speaking countries get their names from the settlers who live there. Brave people forge paths to new worlds, and name the newly settled land whatever they want. Sometimes the name of a country isn’t even determend by the people who settled it, is determined by a, Spanish navigator and an Italian cartographer. but because we don’t have

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The “story” of the Names ”Iceland” and ”Greenland” (With Turkish subtitles)

The “story” of the Names ”Iceland” and ”Greenland” (With Turkish subtitles)

Wow look at that it’s so cool it must be so cold it’s full of ice well fascinating Wow look how green it is it must be called Greenland shouldn’t it I really want to go there alright let’s check it out okay oh wait is it green net yes but how is that possible yes it’s true the country

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Greenland and Iceland Compared

Greenland and Iceland Compared

Iceland and Greenland Both are countries Um, well, Greenland is not exactly its own country It’s part of the Kingdom of Denmark, considered a self-governing constituent country. So it’s almost a country? Kind of a country? Well, most of the people who live there are not Danish. They are Inuit. Iceland is a country. Wait a second. Let me double

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LAKSEFISKERI PÅ ISLAND – West Ranga med Zpey

LAKSEFISKERI PÅ ISLAND – West Ranga med Zpey

– Damn it’s nice – What a beauty – So gorgeous – Really really nice – Haha – Hoooh! – Amazing – Aaarh! – What’s a duckface? – You want a kiss or what? – Yeah hit me – Oh yeah – Haha Well hello and welcome This time we’ve been invited to West Ranga by Zpey We’re currently located

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Faroe Islands

In the far North the peaks rise out of the sea A small island country right out there where nothing ought to be The volcanic mountains have through the ages become covered by a green carpet which we call grass In the high windswept cliffs all sorts of birds build nests and live in all kinds of weather So they

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Island mit dem Motorrad Teil 1 (Hirtshals, Tornby, Norröna, Smyril Line, Färöer, Seyðisfjörður)

Island mit dem Motorrad Teil 1 (Hirtshals, Tornby, Norröna, Smyril Line, Färöer, Seyðisfjörður)

It is the end of June 2019 I am in the northern Danish Hirtshals Here is the starting point of my North European tour In the evening, I check into the Bed & Breakfast by the Sea Hirtshals. A top rated and attractively priced accommodation for my first night. During my entire journey, I will spontaneously decide to spend the

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KIRKJUFELLSFOSS & HELLNAR SEA CLIFFS | Snæfellsnes Peninsula, Iceland

KIRKJUFELLSFOSS & HELLNAR SEA CLIFFS  | Snæfellsnes Peninsula, Iceland

we’re at querque fells Falls which is a smaller waterfall comfortable as obscene but what’s really cool about this one is that there are mountains behind it and there’s this really really awesome mountain over here that’s pure MIDI [Music] this is a pretty famous waterfall it came up in most of my searches for top things to do in

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Baking Bread with Lava in Iceland

Baking Bread with Lava in Iceland

(playful string music) – [Narrator] Siggi Rafn Hilmarsson is an Icelandic baker with an unconventional oven. He bakes bread by burying it underground, where it’s heated for 24 hours by nearby hot springs. – [Siggi] It’s very common to see hot springs here in Iceland. There is constant lava crawling under us. This lava is heating up water, and this

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