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12 Tónar

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Áslaug
Áslaug
July 6, 2019
A very nice record shop about 8 minutes away. The 12 Tónar shop is known as a friendly place where you can sit down, listen to a wide selection of music on two floors, enjoy free espresso, read magazines or browse the juicy collection of rock literature. There are sometimes concerts in the shop…
Hilmar&Baldur
Hilmar&Baldur
May 1, 2018
A record store and an independent record label since 1998, 12 Tónar rests in a small, corrugated iron house on Skólavörðustígur. A visit there ensures you two stories of Icelandic and international music titles, a complimentary cup of espresso and an open library of rock’n’roll literature.
Steiney
Steiney
December 12, 2017
Interested in Icelandic music? This is the place to go to look at some CD's
Ragnhildur
Ragnhildur
October 1, 2016
the local record shop and label 12 Tónar has been named the number two record store to visit before you die by BuzzFeed. The site famous for its viral listicles placed the iconic Skólavörðurstígur store at second place for its importance with our most famous musical exports. “While it might not be…
Edda
Edda
May 9, 2016
If you want to find Icelandic music go there they have everything! Check out Of monsters and men, Kaleo, Ásgeir Trausti, GusGus, Olafur Arnalds, Björk and Sigurrós

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“Positively the most charming tobacco shop in town, Björk is a friendly neighbourhood stable that has occupied the same spot in Bankstræti since 1928, originally going by the name Bristol when it doubled as a candy store. You don’t have to be a smoker to enjoy a visit to Björk, as it is also the ideal spot for souvenir and gift shopping; with everything from postcards and stamps to flasks that the jeweller next door can personally engrave. The gentleman who has run the store for the past years is possibly the friendliest and sweetest clerk you will ever do business with. ”
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Point of Interest
“Iceland’s only arcade”, Freddi, is a toy store and retro game centre in the heart of downtown Reykjavík, modelled after a venue with the same name that stood on Hafnarstræti but closed down some fifteen years ago. Freddi is a time machine. As soon as you set foot on the burgundy carpet and are greeted with the sparkling display of flashing pinball machines, you have stepped into the times of Pac Man and American Girl Dolls—The good old 1980s. The establishment offers console rooms for rent, where you and your friends can leave the dramas of adulthood by the door and while away the hours on such classics as the Nintendo 64 and the Sega Megadrive. ”
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展览
“A really fun video museum covering various topics like Icelandic Music, fisherman, landscape, history and recent events Each feature lasts 3 – 4 minutes and covers one topic. All features have matching show times, so you have about twenty seconds to walk to another cinema screen with another fascinating topic. There is no distinct order and if you watch all our features you will spend about an hour and a half in the museum which, fittingly, is housed in one of Reykjavik’s oldest cinemas. Open from 9 am to 5 pm Address: Austurbær, Snorrabraut 37, 105 Reykjavik.”
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Establishment
“Þúfa is basically a small man made hill, 26 meters in diameter and 8 meters high, with stone steps to reach the top. On the top you’ll find a small fishing shed where the plan is to hang shark and different types of fish for drying. ”
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15 Skólavörðustígur
Miðborg, 101
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