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Today is Easter Sunday

By Eygló Svala Arn...
On Easter Sunday, Páskadagur (“Easter Day”), people in Iceland often have roast meat for dinner, often lamb, and enjoy chocolate Easter eggs.
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Reykjavík Film Festival Revived

By Ásta Andrésdóttir
Next September, the Reykjavík Film Festival will be held for the first time in many years.
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Whaling Damages Lamb Exports

By Ásta Andrésdóttir
Icelandic whaling is damaging the sales of Icelandic lamb in the U.S. market.
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New 3D Map of Iceland

By Zoë Robert
New 3D images of Iceland using satellite imagery provide a more accurate picture of Iceland than has been available before. Munich University along with institutions in Germany have been working on the map in cooperation with Icelandic companies.
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Today is Good Friday

By Eygló Svala Arn...
Good Friday, or Föstudagurinn langi (‘Long Friday’) in Icelandic, is a bank holiday in Iceland and part of Easter celebrations. It commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and is a day of mourning.

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Today is Good Friday

Good Friday, or Föstudagurinn langi (‘Long Friday’) in Icelandic, is a bank holiday in Iceland and...
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The Making of Icelandic Easter Eggs

Watch this audio slideshow of how traditional Icelandic Easter eggs are made at the chocolate factory Nói Síríus in Reykjavík. The eggs are made of a...
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Icelandic Confirmation

Watch an audio slideshow of a Lutheran confirmation, a longstanding tradition in Iceland.
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