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Iceland is a volcanic island in the northern Atlantic Ocean. Its landscape was formed by volcanoes and glaciers, but an Icelander is more concerned about wind and rain, than about lava. On this lesson you will get to know the origins of Iceland's most famous landmarks, from the Ice Lagoon to fiords in the north. You will also hear some trivia about life on the island.

Presenter: Julian Podgórski