The bomb, found at the west end of the airfield, was a two inch high Mortar, of British origin.
President Guðni Th. struck a new tone, in his inauguration speech, one of hope, tolerance, compromise and humility.
Katla can be one of Iceland’s most dangerous volcanoes. Earthquake activity in Katla this summer has provoked interest and fear that an eruption might be imminent. Iceland Met does not think so and has issued a report explaining why.
Unique items have been found in archaeological study. A bone pin with an animal head and a silver coin, somewhat similar to other coins found in Nordic countries,
Six new species of birds have settled in Iceland since the turn of the century. Being a settler is not a well-defined term, but when a bird returns for nesting for 10 years or so, it seems fairly safe to say that it settled.
When asked what happens if the town does not pay the deputy sheriff is firm: “Then we will charge the Town council and close the festival”.