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Veildartunguhver
Iceland

It is amazing how easy you can get a hot water in Iceland, sometimes it is enough to stick a pipie in the ground and there it is. Instant hot water, In Deildartunguhver you don't even have to do that. Hot water is coming out by it self.

Copyright: Marek Koszorek
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Uploaded: 23/04/2011
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