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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.
No one, the Icelandic coins all have a picture of fish on the front and the coat-of-arms on the back. Three of the four paper bills do however have pictures of persons. (See www.sedlabanki.is)
The national flower of Iceland is the white dryas (scientific name Dryas octopetala).
Bricks, concrete, wood etc.
The president of Iceland is Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson
The land in Iceland comes from volcanoes. They are part of the Mid Ocean Ridge in the center of the Atlantic Ocean. that ridge is slowly pushing Europe and America apart. In Iceland, you can stand with one foot in Europe and one foot in North America.
Iceland is sometimes referred to as the land of fire and ice. As this island nation sits high in the north Atlantic east of southern Greenland, it has some permanent ice sheets. But the Republic of Iceland is also home to a number of volcanic or thermally active sites.     Correct about...
Montinn - pronounced as written, with emphasis on the first syllable.
1 Iceland Krona is 0.0163532 US Dollar. NEW ANSWER Iceland Kronur vs US Dollar on Monday, March 17, 2008: 1 ISK =0.0133299 USD 1 USD = 75.0195 ISK in new zealand currency, 1000krona is $15
The citizens of Norway are called Norwegians, which means "Nordmenn" in Norwegian.
Iceland was never inhabited until the Ninth Century.
Iceland straddles the Mid-Atlantic Ridge where the North American  and Eurasian Plates are pulling apart. As this happens volcanoes  continue to add new rock to the island.
The Vikings named Iceland, Iceland. They wanted the island for themselves and wanted to discourage others from settling there. They named Greenland, Greenland for the opposite reason. They wanted to sell farms on that cold frozen piece of ice filled land. They thought that by calling that place...
i think its the prime minister
The Grimsvötn volcano was created in 0 B. C., it has been around since the beginnging of time.
The island nation that lies southeast of Greenland is Iceland. Thecapital of Iceland is Reykjavik.
Scout, as in boyscout or girlscout, is "skáti". ("á" is pronounced as "ou" in "out")
N/A Iceland never has a war. we are not against anyone
The language of Iceland is Icelandic. It is a member of the  Germanic family of languages and most similar to the ancestoral  Scandinavian language Old Norse. It's also similar to Faroese,  Norwegian, Danish and Swedish.
Icelandic. Or Íslenska like they say in Iceland :)Íslenska = pronounced eeslenskaa)
You normally start learning English in grade 6, if not sooner in iceland. So yeah most icelanders do speak English. But old people don't often speak that good English though (like 80+ year-olds (; ).
no Iceland is not poor.
Not that long ago really it was 1950 to 1970 and it was the Cod War or Þorskastríðiðin icelandic It was because the UK aka United kingdom wanted to fish in our sea but we didn't want that and they were pissed at us or something like that :)
potato=kartaflaone Kartafla - many kartöflur
The people who settled in Iceland were mainly from Norway and the  Icelandic language is one of the Nordic languages, a subgroup of  Germanic language. Therefore, Icelandic language is similar to  Norwegian, Danish, and Swedish.
"Vildir þú óska að þú ættir ennþá heima á Íslandi" (Icelandic)"Would-you-wish-that-you-had-still-lived-on-Iceland" (Word for word from Icelandic to English)
Nothing. Not even a gummi bear.
(Years 874-930)According to Landnámabók, Iceland was discovered by Naddoddr, one of the first settlers on the Faroe Islands, who was sailing from Norway to the Faroe Islands, but got lost and drifted to the east coast of Iceland. Naddoddr named the country Snæland (Snowland). Swedish sailor Gar...
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Most of central Iceland is just one big mountain area. We have 1000's of them. Allthough the biggest is Mount Hekla, a volcano, then Mount Öræfajökull then Mount Snæfellsjökull. Both of witch are glasyers. One of our most historical mountains are Mount Hekla and a small mountain called Mount...
Well, they have a penis museum. That's pretty interesting. They recently got a human penis on display. Also, when this volcano erupted, the lava was flowing toward the harbor, which was a very bad thing. The icelanders started running across the not-quite-cool lava and dumping water on it to harden...
Cars.... Normal cars like Nissan and Toyota...
Aberforth was Professor Dumbledore's younger brother. Aberforth changed his name to Tom so that he can't be associated with Dumbledore and that he can be forgotten.
Blue with a red cross outlined in white extending to the edges of the flag; the vertical part of the cross is shifted to the hoist side in the style of the Dannebrog (Danish flag).It is mainly blue, with a red cross on a white cross in it too.
Hrafna-Flóki Vilgerðarson.
The unit of Icelandic currency is the króna, which means crown. The plural is krónur - one króna, several krónur. At this writing (February 2010), the króna is worth about 1/125 of a United States Dollar and 1/200 of a Euro.A króna is technically divided into 100 aurar, much like a dollar is...
Iceland is called "The Land of Fire and Ice" because it contains a lot of ice and volcanoes
no iceland is in Northern Europe
cold climate with snow
Iceland makes its money by fishing and export all kinds of things.
Although it is much greener than Greenland, there is a lot of ice in and around Iceland. Although naming the large subcontinental island "Greenland" may have been an attempt at deceptive promotion to the Vikings, it does have greenery along the coasts, more than some areas in Norway or northern...
Salted Cod Fish.
many people think that iceland is full of ice, but that is not entirely true. at the top of the mountains there is ice, but the general climate is windy and rainy. the place where there is a lot of ice is greenland. another physical characteristic is mount. helena, a volcano. iceland also has a lot...
In fact it is. Glaciers cover only about 11% of Iceland's surface, while Greenland glacier covers almost all of Greenland.
Iceland is known as the land of fire and ice, as a lot of the land is covered by ice, although there is a high rate of volcanoes in the country, most of them are currently active, spewing out non violent, basaltic lava as we speak.
Iceland is well-known as the land of fire and ice, it is mainly made of ice, and was home to the singer Björk. I recommend this website:http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/iceland/6043463/Iceland-10-little-known-facts.html
Iceland is very rich in bordlife, with numerous species of birds of all kinds. Wild mammals are: Field mouse House mouse Brown rat Black rat Mink (not originated in Iceland, imported early in the 20th century) Arctic fox Reindeer (not originated in Iceland, imported late in the 20th century)...
The literal translation is "Móðir" - pronounced "moou-thir". The "th" sounds is a soft one, more like the "d" sound in the spanish word "ayudar". However, icelandic children call their mother by the name: "mamma".
The main nationality is Icelandic, but ethnically many Icelanders are related to Swedes and Norwegians, as Iceland was settled by Vikings centuries ago.
icelandic krona isk.
It's a beautiful, highly developed country.
No it is not it is a contrey.:):)
Neither, Iceland is ruled by the Prime Minister. However it does have President for ceremonial purposes. As of June 2011 it's President is Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, and it's Prime Minister is Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir.
Within cities, roughly 92% of Icelanders live in urban/sub-urban districts. The largest of which is Reykjavík, the capital of Iceland, with a population of over 120,000 within the city limits and roughly 200,000 people in the metro area.
Livestock in Iceland   The main livestock in Iceland are mainly Cheap, Cows, Horses, Chickens and Pigs. Wild animals include and Reindeers and various species of birds that are hunted with permits issued by the government of Iceland.Recently, the Government of Iceland allowed Whales to be fished...
iceland has won 2 silver and 2 bronze thoughout the years
The vikings lol :Dseriously though :)BusinessBjörgólfur Thor Björgólfsson, billionaire entrepreneurBjörgólfur Guðmundsson, former billionaire entrepreneur, father of Thor Björgólfsson (above)Eggert Magnússon, businessman and former chairman of the English Premiership football club West Ham...
some interesting facts about this mountain is that it is thought to be an opening to hell and on Easter witches dance on the top
Yes it's a rare breed called an icelopholus major and resembles it's African counterparts but for a few minor differences like the pink spots running down it's hind legs and a unusual attraction in the animal kingdom where they are physically attracted to the same sex but only have sexual...
It's a complicated process that a lot of people don't understand. It's called getting a job.
Icelandic slátur is the collective name for blood sausage and liver sausage, and also for the necessary ingredients. "To take slátur" means to buy the ingredients and make the sausages, and in fact Icelandic supermarkets sell boxes with blood, livers, suet and stomachs (sometimes also the salt,...
250.00 USD = 31,762.50 ISK250.00 CAN = 31,213.15 ISKHope this helps :DLove,Lifeislikethat
Father - Faðir Dad - pabbi
  Sure, Iceland has many customs and traditions along with annual events. You can find out about the customs for each annual celebration here:   http://goscandinavia.about.com/od/annualeventsiniceland/Annual_Events_in_Iceland.htm
The amount involved is about 6 billion dollars, split between the UK and the Netherlands.Iceland has a population of around 300,000. So those debts amount to 22,000 dollars per person, which is a pretty hefty amount to pay for the bailout of a single company. Many people in Iceland are not able to...
Yes, like the rest of the world
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Iceland is a geologically active area with molten rock, called  magma, under the surface in manly locations. In addition to  volcanoes, this molten rock drives many hot springs.
No. Reykjavik is the capital of the country Iceland. Iceland is a countryReykjavik is the capital city.Hope this helps :DLove,Lifeislikethat
Copenhagen, when Iceland was ruled by Denmark.
Yes. Iceland has a population of about 300,000 people. Most of them live in the capital city; Reykjavik and also the cities of Keflavik, and Vik. I AM A DIFFERENT PERSON Iceland is not icey people named it Iceland to keep people away Hope this helps :D Love, Lifeislikethat no love samsamsam911
Iceland voted for independence from Denmark in 1944.
Many Icelanders heat their homes through Geothermal which is readily available since Iceland is composed of many active volcanoes. Though I believe that many use natural gas etc. Hope this Helps :DLove,Lifeislikethat
Iceland isn't isolated, except from that it's an island.
Icelandic refers to a noun that relates to Iceland. (Iceland is a country btw) For example:An Icelandic personIcelandic foodIcelandic sceneryHope this Helps :DLove,Lifeislikethat
According to Landnamabok, a medieval Icelandic manuscript, the settlement of Iceland began in 874 AD when the Norwegian chieftain Ingolfur Arnarson became the first permanent Norwegian settler on the island.