Eyjafjallajökull in Hvolsvöllur, Suðurland

Eyjafjallajökull in Hvolsvöllur, Suðurland

Eyjafjallajökull in Hvolsvöllur, Suðurland

Eyjafjallajökull in Hvolsvöllur, Suðurland

Blue Lagoon (Bláa Lónið) in Grindavík, Reykjanes Peninsula

Blue Lagoon (Bláa Lónið) in Grindavík, Reykjanes Peninsula

Blue Lagoon (Bláa Lónið) in Grindavík, Reykjanes Peninsula

Blue Lagoon (Bláa Lónið) in Grindavík, Reykjanes Peninsula

Blue Lagoon (Bláa Lónið) in Grindavík, Reykjanes Peninsula

Blue Lagoon (Bláa Lónið) in Grindavík, Reykjanes Peninsula

Blue Lagoon (Bláa Lónið) in Grindavík, Reykjanes Peninsula

Blue Lagoon (Bláa Lónið) in Grindavík, Reykjanes Peninsula

Blue Lagoon (Bláa Lónið) in Grindavík, Reykjanes Peninsula

Blue Lagoon (Bláa Lónið) in Grindavík, Reykjanes Peninsula

Reykjavík in Höfuðborgarsvæðið

Reykjavík in Höfuðborgarsvæðið


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Reykjavík in Höfuðborgarsvæðið

Reykjavík in Höfuðborgarsvæðið

Blue Lagoon (Bláa Lónið) in Grindavík, Reykjanes Peninsula

Blue Lagoon (Bláa Lónið) in Grindavík, Reykjanes Peninsula

Lighthouse Reflections!

Lighthouse The abandoned Lighthouse at Point of Ayre, Talacre Beach, Flintshire, North Wales, UK.

The Royal Pavillion, Brighton (on the south coast of England). Built for the Prince Regent, later King George IV, in stages between 1787 &1823, the Royal Pavilion is remarkable for its exotic oriental appearance both inside & out. This magnificent royal pleasure palace was revered by fashionable Regency society & is still a distinctive landmark for vibrant Brighton & Hove today. The Royal Pavilion is also home to some of the finest collections and examples of the chinoiserie style in…

The Royal Pavillion in Brighton, England. This Regency Palace is a breathtaking folly. The famous sea-side residence was built for King George IV, and was also used by his brother William IV and their niece Queen Victoria.

Flint Castle, Wales - Flint Castle (Welsh: Castell y Fflint) located in Flint, Flintshire, was the first of a series of castles built during King Edward I campaign to conquer Wales. The site was chosen for its strategic position in North East Wales. The castle was only one day's march from Chester, supplies could be brought along the River Dee and there was by a ford across to England that could be used at low tide.

Flint Castle, Wales - where Richard II surrendered to Henry of Bolingbroke?

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