Reykjavík Art Museum Kjarvalsstaðir
Kjarvalsstaðir houses the works of one of Iceland’s most recognised artists, Jóhannes Kjarval. Coffee house and design store.
Located in a beautiful green area,perfect for a walk or a picnic. One of the cities best art museum. A nice café at the museum.
A museum beautifully located in a park close to the central. Ca 20 min walking distance from the flat. Check out the exhibitions. Has a lovely cafeteria - I recommend having lunch there.
This Art Museum is located in a very small park. The exhibitions vary. There is a small cafe inside the museum and a gift shop. The park is also nice to visit on a sunny day. It takes about 8 minutes to walk there.
“Hallgrim's church in English. It's the second largest building in Iceland. The tower was made so high to outshine the tower of the catholic church. It took 42 years to build.”
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