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Laxá River Iceland
Iceland

The Laxá River is the drainage for Mývatn, a shallow lake in the Northern side of Iceland. The lake is thought to have been formed during a large basaltic lava eruption around 300 BC.

The river is popular in the fishing community for Atlantic Salmon and Brown Trout

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