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Hafnarfjall
Iceland

Hafnarfjall is a solidified volcanoe about 20km north of Reykjavik next to Akranes. The view point can be reached by foot from the bottom of the mountain in 1.5 hours or from Akranes in 2.5 hours.

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Tags: mountain; hafnarfjall; akranes; iceland; island; berg; volcano; vulkan; view; aussicht; sky; himmel; meer; ocean
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