In Iceland, the power of the land demands modesty and respect, mixed with this strange feeling that the landscapes are alive. Inhabited. It is true that spread across roads, bends of lava fields, and basaltic cliffs are sites of troubling stories, populated with trolls, elves, and witches…
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