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Samhliða örum vexti heimasíðu blaðsins hefur Land og Saga ákveðið að færa út kvíarnar og bjóða viðskiptavinum sínum upp á faglegt viðtal sem birtist á vefnum í myndbandsformi. Þannig myndi fréttamaður og kvikmyndatökumaður frá okkur heimsækja þig og ræða um þína starfsemi og kynna fyrir lesendum vefsins. Þetta er kynning sem tvímælalaust á eftir að vekja athygli og  góð leið til að kynna það sem þú hefur fram á að færa.

A Sculptor for the Nation
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The Spirit of Iceland revealed through sculpture and art at the Einar Jónsson Museum

The Ásmundur Sveinsson Sculpture Museum See video here
The Ásmundur Sveinsson Sculpture Museum is dedicated to the works of sculptor Ásmundur Sveinsson (1893-1982). Opened in 1983, the collection is housed in a unique building designed and constructed mostly by the artist himself from 1942-1950, drawing on architectural ideas from the Mediterranean, the domed buildings of the Middle East, and the pyramids of Egypt.

Þjóðminjasafn Íslands
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Þjóðminjasafn Íslands er vísinda- og þjónustustofnun í eigu íslenska ríkisins. Því er ætlað að vera miðstöð þjóðminjavörslu og rannsókna á menningarsögulegum minjum í landinu. Hlutverk þess er að auka og miðla þekkingu á menningararfi íslensku þjóðarinnar frá upphafi til vorra daga og stuðla að því að sem flestir geti haft gagn og gaman af sögu og minjum lands og þjóðar. Meginhluti safnhússins hýsir grunnsýningu Þjóðminjasafnsins: Þjóð verður til - menning og samfélag í 1200 ár. 

The Culture House
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The Culture House is a venue for Icelandic national heritage in a nutshell. The operations mainly entail diverse exhibitions. Contracts are made with relevant institutions regarding short or long term exhibitions.

Sjósigling’s Icelandic Bird Museum and Restaurant
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When you take a whale-watching trip, you cannot help but notice the number of birds that swoop and swirl around. So many different varieties, too. Getting close to them is quite another matter, though.

A Blast from the Past
Reykjavik’s Volcano House
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The Volcano House occupies an enviable location in Reykjavik, with its large bay windows overlooking the intersection of Tryggvagata and Geirsgata and the colourful old harbour lying just beyond.

The Best is for the Bold
The Sea Baron’s Fish Meals attract visitors from all over the world     See video here
Iceland has a number of unusual and different foods. Many of them have their roots in seafaring history. The Vikings came up with many novel ways of preserving their foods and their traditions continue to this day.

Treasures and Riches
The National Museum Holds the Wealth of the Nation
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It is always a special experience to visit a new country and to see its sights and enjoy all that makes it different from one’s own. Its culture, its people, the beauty of its landscape and its man-made creations.

Reykjavík Art Museum – Hafnarhús
Exhibitions  Erró – Drawings
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World-renowned artist Erró might not be as well known for his drawings as for his paintings, but this exhibition presents around 200 of his works.

The National Gallery of Iceland    Sjá hér
The National Gallery of Iceland houses the main collection of Icelandic art, covering in particular 19th and 20th century Icelandic and international art. It contains the main Icelandic key works of the 20th century, by the nation's leading artists. The collection is in constant enlargement. New works of art by young artist are bought every year with selected works by older painters to improve the collection.

Maritime Museum   Sjá hér
Icelanders have from the time of settlement depended on fishing. Settlement at Faxaflói Bay was founded on fishing and fish processing. Since the 19th century, the growth of Reykjavik and nearby Hafnarfjörður was largely based on the fisheries, as well as improved living conditions in the 20th century. The fishing industry has been the foundation of prosperity in Iceland.

Blue Lagoon Bliss
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Bodies lie weightlessly suspended, enveloped in mineral rich, milky blue waters. Faces covered with white silica masks wade slowly through shallow water. Pitted rocks, created by the slow cooling of the lava flow from volcanic eruptions thousands of years ago, give the illusion of a lunar landscape. Welcome to the otherworldly Blue Lagoon.

The ASÍ Art Museum
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The ASÍ Art Museum is located in Ásmundarsalur, Freyjugötu 41 in Reykjavík. The museum was founded in 1961 when industrialist and book publisher Ragnar Jónsson donated his art collection to the museum. The museum is owned by the Icelandic Confederation of Labour.

Museum of Design and Applied Art
Collections of the Museum of Design and Applied Art  See video here
The founding charter of the Museum of Design and Applied Art states that the Museum is to collect and preserve the part of Icelandic cultural history encompassing design, especially from the beginning of the 20th century to the present day. Since its foundation in 1998 the Museum has received regular acquisitions. A large part of the collection comprises gifts, while the Museum also strives to purchase objects of importance in Icelandic design history.

The Reykjavík Art Museum
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Founded in 1973, the Reykjavík Art Museum is the largest visual art institution in Iceland. Its mission to present contemporary art in its many manifestations is carried out through diverse programs at the museum's three venues: Hafnarhus, Kjarvalsstadir, and Asmundarsafn. Architecture has been a part of the museum programs since 1993.

Jarðhitasýningin í Hellisheiðarvirkjun opnuð á ný
 
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Fyrirtækið Orkusýn hefur tekið við rekstri jarðhitasýningarinnar í miðrými Hellisheiðarvirkjunar og opnaði þar að nýju 1. mars s.l.  Forsvarsmenn Orkusýnar eru tveir fyrrverandi starfsmenn OR, sem stóðu að móttöku ferðafólks og kynningu á möguleikum jarðhitanýtingar hér á landi, þau Auður Björg Sigurjónsdóttir og Helgi Pétursson.

Samstaðan er okkar styrkur,     ( sjá myndband hér )
segir Jón Ólafur Ólafsson formaður Iðnaðarmannafélagsins í Reykjavík Það er líklega ekki á allra vitorði að á höfuðborgarsvæðinu er starfandi félag sem heitir Iðnaðarmannafélagið í Reykjavík.

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