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Sundhöll Reykjavíkur


Sundhöllin is the oldest public pool in Iceland, it was opened in 1937.

The pool is designed by the noted architect Guðjón Samúelsson. The building's exterior is a minimalistic white with tall narrow rectangular windows. There are indoor and outdoor pools in the building, both are 25 metres long. There are also hot tubs, a sauna and Ice bath. Sundhöllin is the oldest public pool in Iceland, it was opened in 1937. In 2017 the building was renovated and a new outdoor pool, several new hot tubs and Ice bath were added. 


 

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