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Iceland Airwaves announces a new festival
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Live from Reykjavík November 13th-14th
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There are so many things to see and do in Reykjavík
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Streamed live until the 8th of December
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Imagine Peace Tower
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How much Reykjavík can you do in 24 hours?
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Laugardalslaug
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Attractions
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Swimming in Reykjavík
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Interactive maps
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Reykjavík Festival City
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Get to know the Capital Area
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Cultural institutions
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Reykjavik Art Museum Hafnarhús
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The temporary shows at the museum tend toward the progressive and experimental, emphasizing works from established contemporary artists.

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National Gallery of Iceland
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The National Gallery of Iceland is a national museum and the main emphasis of the collection is on 20th and 21st century Icelandic art, but international art is featured as well. The museum owns the most valuable collection of works by Icelandic artists in the country.

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Árbær Open Air Museum
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Árbær is an open air museum with more than 20 buildings that form a town square, a village and a farm. Most of the buildings have been relocated from central Reykjavík.

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National Museum of Iceland
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The National Museum displays objects that provide insight into Icelandic cultural history - displays that encourage visitors to dwell on the past, present and future. The museum aims to nurture knowledge and innovation while maintaining a wide perspective and sense of community.

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Reykjavík Art Museum Kjarvalsstaðir
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Kjarvalsstaðir houses the works of one of Iceland’s most influential and recognised artists, Jóhannes S. Kjarval. The exhibitions at Kjarvalsstaðir focus primarily on paintings and sculptures of the established masters of modern art.

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Reykjavík Art Museum Ásmundarsafn
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The sculptor Ásmundur Sveinsson (1893–1982) designed, worked and lived in this beautiful building now serving as a part of Reykjavík Art Museum. The white dome structure is surrounded by Sveinsson’s sculptures in the garden, both his earlier massive figures and his later light abstract compositions.

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Culture House
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Safnahúsið, formerly Þjóðmenningarhúsið, is an exhibition space in Reykjavík, Iceland, which houses an exhibition, Points of View, drawn from various national museums and other cultural institutions. It has been part of the National Museum of Iceland since 2013.

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Hafnarborg Center of Culture and Fine Arts
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The Hafnarfjörður Centre of Culture and Fine Art has two exhibition galleries, a restaurant and a small museum shop. The exhibitions explore works by leading Icelandic artists, ranging from contemporary art to works by the pioneers of Icelandic art. 

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Gerðarsafn - Kópavogur Art Museum
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Gerðarsafn is a progressive museum with an emphasis on modern and contemporary art, located in the heart of Kópavogur. Gerðarsafn offers temporary exhibitions with works by Icelandic and international contemporary artists as well as displaying the museum collection.

More to see in

Midnight Sun Run in Reykjavík
The Viking festival 13th to 17th of June
Guided tours at Kjarvalsstaðir
Festival of the Sea - June 1st – 3rd 2013
Let‘s help the ducklings
Welcome to our brand new website!
Reykjavík Gay Pride 2013
Reykjavík Jazz Festival 2013!
Reykjavík Festival City Symposium!
Culture Night opens with the unveiling of a sculpture by Rafael Barrios!
Reykjavík Culture Night 2013
LÓKAL – International Theatre Festival 2013!
The Reykjavík Bacon Festival!
Reykjavík’s literary life blooming in September
Three exhibitions opening at Reykjavík Art Museum –Hafnarhús next Saturday
RIFF - Ever watched a movie in a cave?
Réttir – the annual sheep round-up!
Exhibitions by Alexander Rodchenko and the Kjarval Complete 2 opening 5 Oct.
Yoko Ono’s Imagine Peace Tower Illumination Ceremony
2,000 people celebrate John Lennon's birthday on Viðey Island!

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