Iceland - 103,000 km2
Iceland is 1,680 miles (2,710 kilometers) from Munich.
From Kansas City to Reykjavík, Iceland it is about 5300 kilometers or 3300 miles.
There are 16.605,20 kilometers (10.318,28 miles) from Sydney, Australia to Reykjavík, Iceland.
the big lollipop of iceland
It depends on where you live. Iceland is about 2000 kilometers (1300 miles) east of northern Québec, Canada, about 1000 kilometers (600 miles) northwest of northern Scotland, UK and 1000 kilometers west of western Norway.
Eyjafjallajokull is located 120 kilometers to the South-East of Reykjavik, the capital city of Iceland.
It depends on where you are going in Iceland. From Belfast to Reykjavik it is about 1400 kilometers or 865 miles.
Iceland contains 103,000 square kilometers or 103,000,000 square meters.
Iceland's volcanic mountain EyjafjallajÃ¶kull covers an area of 100 square kilometers (38.61 square miles), and rises to a height of 1,666 meters (5,466 feet).
A flight from Iceland to Kentucky takes about 7 hours. The distance between Iceland and Kentucky is 3,230 miles or 5,199 kilometers.
Yes. Iceland is nearly a third as big again as Scotland.
Iceland is about 96 times smaller than the USA.
The air distance from Orlando, Florida, to Reykjavik, Iceland, is 3,554 miles. That equals 5,719 kilometers or 3,088 nautical miles.
The straight-line distance from England, United Kingdom to the center of Iceland is 1,038 miles. This distance is equal to 1,670 kilometers.
The air distance from Beaumont, Texas, to Reykjavik, Iceland, is 3,841 miles. That equals 6,181 kilometers or 3,337 nautical miles.
39,769 sq miles
Yes but not big ones.
Three big rivers in Iceland are Þjórsá, Ölfusá and Jökulsá á Fjöllum.
The distance from London, England, to Reykjavik, Iceland, is 1,178 air miles. That equals 1,895 kilometers or 1,023 nautical miles.
4911 miles (7903 kilometers)
they kinda only have one big city and that is Reykjavík :)
Air distance from London, England, United Kingdom to Reykjavik, Iceland is 1,178 miles. That is 1,895 kilometers. It is 1,023 nautical miles.