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Did you see the size of that squirrel? | #funny #nature #animals ❤️www.LHDC.com❤️

Blue Owl Long-Sleeve

The month of Þorri begins on the 23rd of January which is Bóndadagur, (Husband's Day) and ends on Konudagur (Women's Day) marking that special time of year known as Þorrablót, where Icelanders feast on ugly food in every pocket of the country. Blót = a festival held in honour of a Norse god, in this…

Þorramatur is a selection of traditional Icelandic food, consisting mainly of meat and fish products cured in a traditional manner, cut into slices or pieces and served with rúgbrauð, butter and brennivín

Meat from endangered whales caught by Icelandic hunters is being sold in Japan as luxury dog treats! Michinoku Farm is offering chews made from North Atlantic fin whales on its website, describing it as a "low calorie, low fat, high protein" snack. Selling products made from endangered species as treats for pampered pets is the worst kind of conspicuous consumption by affluent Japanese who want to show off their wealth. Michinoku also sells pet goodies made from Mongolian horses and…

Iceland whaling season under way despite protest. Iceland fisheries ministry issues whalers with a quota of 154 fin whales in defiance of 1986 ban and more than signatures against the hunt.

Picture takin in Gásir, Iceland. In no other place in Iceland is it possible to find so many antiquities from a trading post from the Middle Ages. Gásir was the main trading post in northern Iceland during the Middle Ages, and the place is mentioned many times in Old Icelandic Sagas from the 13th and 14th centuries. Archaeological digging in the area during the last six years has shown that it was a trading post up to the 16th century, possibly until trading started in Akureyri.

Gásir was the main trading post in northern Iceland during the Middle Ages, and the place is mentioned many times in Old Icelandic Sagas from the and centuries.

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Þjóðbúningurinn, National costumes of Iceland, part Upphlutur

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Pic from Birka 2012 Fashion Show, my awesome viking dress with wool swan applique won for early! (Rachel and I also made the green viking overdress the Baroness is wearing)

Pic from Birka 2012 Fashion Show, my awesome viking dress with wool swan applique won for early! (Rachel and I also made the green viking overdress the Baroness is wearing)

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Manitoba History: Nya Island I Kanada: The Icelandic Settlement of the Interlake Area of Manitoba

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