Nearly every hotel in the capital area was fully booked on Sunday night, leaving travelers who’ve been stranded in Iceland because of inclement weather without a place to stay.
Eight-year-old Rúnar Logi’s drawing of a blue monster was selected as one of the five international winners of IKEA’s Soft Toy Drawing Contest.
Icelanders hold no patents for geothermal heat utilization methods in Iceland, and have no such patent applications in progress.
The Laundromat Café, a popular downtown café and the only operational laundromat in Reykjavík, will be closing this Sunday.
The Icelandic Men’s National Football team will be unveiling their new team uniforms at their upcoming friendly match against Mexico.
Páll Magnússon, chairman of the Icelandic parliament’s Judicial Affairs and Education Committee, thinks it “certain” and that Eggert Einer Nielson and his family will be granted Icelandic citizenship.
Reykjavík’s City Council approved ISK 85 million [$831,300] on improvements on Húsdýragarðurinn Family Park and Zoo.
Thursday, February 8 marks the twentieth anniversary of Icelandic author, Nobel Prize winner, and national activist Halldór Kiljan Laxness’ death.