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Iceland is a European island country in the North Atlantic Ocean on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. It has a total area of 39,769 sq mi and an estimated population of around 318,006 as of 2010.
Greenland is part of the North American Plate, so that makes it part of the Continent of North America, although it is considered to be European as it is an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark.Geographically and physically, Greenland is part of North America. Politically and culturally,…
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A person from Iceland is called an Icelander.   If a person is from Iceland they are Icelandic.
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its the least corrupted in the world {source Guinness World Records 2007)I'm not sure if this is in the Guinness Book of World Records. Even if it is it has very little bearing on the question. It can be included if it is explained, has no source (see the style book) in the answer, and is included w…
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Iceland is an amazing place for a tourist. First, don't miss riding an Icelandic Pony, even if you are not a rider. You may go on a trail ride with ponies that simply follow behind the leader. Mostly you will walk but they will make the pony do the famous "trot". Typically horses have four gaits: wa…
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Because people want to live there... Supply and demand
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The Republic of Iceland is an island country located in the North Atlantic Ocean. It has a population of about 320,000 and a total area of 103,000 km². The exact coordinates of The Republic of Iceland are 65 00 N, 18 00 W.
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Go to this website http://www.buningurinn.is/main/view.jsp?branch=2256778 and it should hopefully provide you with the answers you are looking for. It also has pictures so you can see what it looks like.
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Bob Nickels
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The Kingdom of Denmark.
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Greenland is on North America
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New York, NY (NYC) to Reykjavik (REK) Flight Duration 5 hours 45 mins
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Greenland is part of North America
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The capital of Iceland is Reykjavik. Reykjavík has officially been the capital of Iceland since 1845.
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In 1721, Norwegian priest Hans Egede, under the auspices of the Danish king, went to Greenland to "rechristianize" the Norsemen that had settled there many hundreds of years earlier. The only problem was the Norse were long gone, having long since moved on to greener pastures. In any case, Egede's e…
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Population of iceland: 319,355 (July 2008 est.)
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North America; but Greenland is an autonomous (self governing) area belonging to Denmark, which is in Europe.
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Iceland was populated from Europe hundreds of years ago so the people think of themselves as European but it lies in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and is not physically part of any continent.
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There is no volcano that last erupted. There are active volcanos all over the world which are 'currently' erupting. The most active volcanoes are along fault lines and continental shelves.Probably the most active are located around the Pacific rim in locals like Hawaii and Indonesia.
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Iceland uses the Internet top-level domain .is
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Haustblot Autumn Equinox September 23rd This is the second harvest festival where the emphasis is on rebirth as found in the harvest seeds. The days and nights are now of equal length, but day will soon give way to night and the goddess enters the Crone stage. It is a good time to walk in the fore…
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More information is needed - what country issued the coin, and what's its date? Please post a new question with that information.
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Over a million blocks of ice are put together to build the hotel in Iceland. ice sheets
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Parliament and a prime minister.
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Yes. Iceland is nearly a third as big again as Scotland.
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Greenland is a part of North America.
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There are roughly around 34 hospitals at the moment in Iceland in 2014
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Ingolf Arnarson, or Ingólfur Arnarson in modern Icelandic, was the first confirmed Norseman to permanently settle Iceland in 874 AD. By 930 AD most arable land was considered claimed, and Iceland was first founded as a state then, with the founding of the national parliament. But the parliament …
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Iceland's president, Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson. olafur ragnar grimsom
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Icelandic is the language of Iceland.
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iceland is named he way it is because it was used to confuse viking sailors that were going to war so they would freeze to death on Greenland rather than living on iceland
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Homes in Iceland today are mostly made out of concrete. some of them out of wood though. www.icelandweatherreport.com
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No. At 103,001 km², it is just under 80% of the size of England (130,395 km²).
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Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson is the President of Iceland. He became the 5th President of Iceland on 1996 August 1. Grímsson was the first Icelander to obtain a PhD in political science in 1970, and later became the first Political Science professor at the University of Iceland. He was the first preside…
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Iceland being an independent country, belongs to the Icelanders or citizens of Iceland. Iceland is a member of the UN (November 19th, 1946), NATO, EFTA, EEA and OECD. Iceland's membership of EFTA-a European trade bloc-means that it is not currently a member of the European Union. In addition to thes…
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Icelanders or Icelandics
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she's Icelandic
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smoked lamb, trout, crowberry, blueberry, rhubarb, Iceland moss, wild mushrooms, wild thyme, lovage, angelica and dried seaweed Yes, this above is very true, well answered, but the Icelandic people also eat alot of Imported, non Icelandic food, such as.. pasta? and pizza. Those are just a few exa…
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it is in North America.
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North America.
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When the first settlers came to Iceland, it was covered in ice and snow, so they named it Iceland.
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Fish, birds and sometimes meat if they are lucky.
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Iceland is called Land of Fire and Ice because of its geysers and glaciers.
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Iceland is a country. It does not belong to another country.
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Yes, Iceland is in Europe.
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Answer It is almost certain statistically that some people born in Africa now live in Iceland though I suspect the numbers are quite small.
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No. It has never been, and by all changes it never will be. Actually, in the late 10th century a group of Icelanders, and some Norwegians inhabited the south western coast of Greenland, the explorer, who was exiled from Norway and Iceland named it Greenland, and yes that was to make it sound better.…
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Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands are all part of Scandinavia.Gurjot Singh Sodhi
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Politically Iceland belongs to the continent of Europe. However geologically Iceland is a subaerial part of Mid-Atlantic spreading ridge, the ridge along which the oceanic crust spreads and forms new oceanic crust. In addition to this, this part of the MOR (mid ocean ridge) is located atop a mantle …
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Umm.. you take something for rain, snow (if you go in winter), sun, and just everything. Icelandic weather changes very, very much. One day can be: wind, rain, sun, no clouds, many clouds!!
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Iceland has approx. 22 active volcanoes.
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The land area of beautiful iceland is 39.770 sq miles.
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The cross design is modeled after the Danish flag. The color red is said to symbolize the island's active volcanoes; white the ice and snow that covers most of the country, and blue is symbolic of the surrounding Atlantic Ocean. Actually the white represents the glaciers, peace and honesty of the co…
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Answer">Answer Reykjavik is the capital. Here are the top 10 major cities (Excluding Reykjavik) Akureyri Borgarnes Eskifjordhur, Hofn, Husavik, Isafjordhur, Keflavik, Olafsfjordhur, Olafsvik, Vik.
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In 2013, the estimated population of Iceland (main island) was about 322,000 people.thousands and thousand
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about the size of Virginia
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Yesyes it isGreenland is NOT part of North America, it is an automomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark located between the Arctic and the Atlantic Oceans
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it ends on the 6th of January when la befana comes
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deepends on the store location but usally monday-Friday 8:30am - 8:00pm Sunday 10:00am - 4pm
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around the year 1,000 a viking named Erik the Redgot banished from his home in Scandinavia for killing his neighbor and after that he had to choices...be killed for killing or move for 3 years so he went with the moving he is the one who found green land so after his 3 years were up he went back to …
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Kjötsúpa, svið, hákarl, súrir hrútspungar.. etc
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The population of the UK, which includes England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, is 60,776,238 The population density is 246/km2
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The top 10 leading causes of mortality in Iceland are almost all health related. They are in order coronary heart disease, lung cancer, stroke, Alzheimer's, breast cancer, lung disease, suicide, colon-rectum cancer, prostate cancer, and influenza and pneumonia.
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monday-Friday 8:30am - 7:00pm Sunday 10:00am - 4pm Iceland, Icel. Ísland, officially Republic of Iceland, republic (2005 est. pop. 297,000), 39,698 sq mi (102,819sq km), the westernmost state of Europe, occupying an island in the Atlantic Ocean just S of the Arctic Circle, c.600 mi (970 km) W of N…
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The most common German family names are Schmidt (in some case spelled Schmitt) and Meyer (which also has various spellings).
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There are mostly Glaciers in Iceland (A total of 11%), the largest being Vatnajokull. Smaller glaciers may include Langjokull Hofsjokull Mirdalsjokull Warning:May not have all the ascents, (add to dots above the o after the j.)
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In Iceland, they have a lot of volcano's so most of the disasters are from volcanic eruptions. They also have earthquakes but not as often but when they come they can be pretty powerful. Other than that, there arent as many records of other natural disaters.
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it was 2004.
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39,770 square milesIceland - 39,768.51 square miles.Iceland is 39,769 square miles.
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I really dont know but there is a very big glaciers there are some volcanoes and water,and, plants.
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At the summer solstice, the sun does not set.
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See www.xe.com
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Generally only the coastline is really habitable. There are some towns in southern Iceland that are more inland and a handfull otherwere but most towns or settlements are near the coastline or at it.
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Food is expensive because it has to be imported mostly. It's become even more expensive now that the economy has collapsed due to some unfortunate events.
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A person from Iceland is Icelandic or an Icelander.
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The largest export of Iceland are Marine products with about 62% share of total exports. The largest product there is cod with about 24% of total exports. After that come manufactured products with about 34% of total exports, with aluminum being the largest product with 19% of total exports. Agricul…
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they just eat normal food like:fish, meat, pizza and more)
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Yes, Vikings did live in Iceland. Well the third time Erik the Red was kicked out of Europe, he went and claimed the land of Greenland. In spite of the green cropful name, his fellow Europeans (Vikings) went there for better life but all they found was long areas of icey wonderlands. Iceland was a …
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near Greenland.http://www.albionk12.org/ContentPages/CommunitySchoolofExcellence/HighSchool/Projects/VetransProject/Clipart/Iceland.world.map.jpgIn Northern Europe, right below Greenland.
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iceland was inhabited by Irish monks and hermits around the 8th century, the first man who permanently settled a tribe in iceland was named Ingólfr Arnarson
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hamburgers,pasta almost everything americans eat.except twinkies we dont have twinkies
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Floki Vilgeroarson after spending one winter there gave the island its currrent name. He was the first Scandinavian to deliberately sail to Iceland. the floki guy named it iceland to keep the vikings away from it Actually no, I was born and raised in iceland, and am descendant from Vikings, my f…
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Halló.
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Because of its many active volcanoes and its proximity to the North Pole.
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Yes, it has a lot of still active volcanoes.
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Erik the Red left Iceland because he was banished. He was banished because his two thralls destroyed Erik's neighbor's farm, and his neighbor was allowed to choose his thralls' punishment. He chose to kill them. Erik was so mad, that he killed his neighbor. He was banished from Iceland for three yea…
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Iceland has lots of interesting geological features including volcanoes, waterfalls, and geysers. It also has plateau areas, mountains, and canyons.
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As of 12th April 2012 the population was a modest 320.060.
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Icelandic swimming pools are heated with geothermal energy so they are always warm and comfy, even in winter.
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Norway and Sweden, and the northern part of Finland.
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