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140131 Iceland Source Landbrotalaug
Iceland

Landbrotalaug is a very interesting hot spring pool located on the south of Snæfellsnes. It is a short distance from the main road and it only takes a minute to walk to the pool. Despite being quite small, the temperature is nice and the facilities good. GPS N64 49.933-W22 19.110

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Uploaded: 12/02/2014
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Tags: nature; outdoors; source; hot spring; hot pot; landbrotalaug; iceland; islande; island; snow; neige; mountain; montagne
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