As we reported last week the filming of the adventure TV series Game of Thrones has started in Iceland. It had been confirmed that the filming would take place in the northern part of the country, by lake Mývatn.
As we mentioned yesterday the filming og Game of Thrones is starting in Iceland. We got an update on the story. According to Icelandic National Broadcasting Service the filming will start on the 16th at Kálfaströnd by lake Mývatn.
Filming of the third season of the advdenture and fantasy TV series Game of Thrones (GOT) are starting in Iceland. Like the first two seasons the third will consist of 10 episodes where the seven noble families of Westeros fight for control of the mythical land.
A group of four young men walked across Iceland this summer. They started the Expedition from Eystra Horn in Hvalnes at the 17th of May and had to cross a bunch of great rivers, glaciers and mountains on their way to the final destination at Hornbjarg in Hornstrandir.
Prime minister and head of the Icelandic government Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir has announced she will quit her participation in politics at the end of this election term and end her era as the chairperson of the Democratic party of Iceland (Samfylkingin).
Last week there was a huge tent out on the lawn in front of the main building at the University of Iceland. In fact the tent actually is the largest tent in all of the country. But for what is it for? Well ... every year in the end of September the college kids have a beer festival with the goal of outdrinking & partying there peers in Munchen. Well I don't know if the mission was accomplished but 2000 people filled up the tent and danced through the whole weekend.
Half Moon Run are a trio of gifted young men originated in Montreal. These guys are 20-25 years old, and despite their relatively young age they do have real talent and have been earning high praises from all over in recent months.
A photograph of two local girls, Dagbjört Þórðardóttir and Áróra Sigurjónsdóttir, swimming in the Glacier Lagoon Jökulsárlón has attracted a lot of interest on the online social media in recent weeks. Many wonder whether the picture is fake but it is hereby confirmed that it is genuine.
The Reykjavik based music festival, Iceland Airwaves, starts in a few weeks. The music festival is one of the biggest events in Reykjavik each year, featuring many of the countries most promising artists and a bunch of talented bands from abroad as well.