Reykjavík’s annual Pride Parade will start at 2:00 PM right by the Harpa concert hall.
The well-attended event, which has been held annually since 1985, commemorates the victims of the 1945 nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki while also urging nations around the world to abolish nuclear weapons entirely.
This welcome stability is thought to be due to several factors, not least of which is increased confidence in the Icelandic economy.
Pranksters on the east side of Reykjavík placed a cannabis leaf-shaped stencil atop a green traffic light.
Prime Minister Katrín Jakobsdóttir and her husband Gunnar Sigvaldason will be the guests of honor at two Icelandic heritage celebrations held in Gimli, Manitoba (Canada) and Mountain, North Dakota (US) this weekend.
The flood waters are expected to reach the edge of Vatnajökull late on Friday, August 3, with the peak of the flood possible during the early hours of Sunday, August 5.
In total, 1,300 people have been suspected of this infraction; 1,135 individuals have actually been stopped by police.