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IGC 2013 – Iceland Geothermal Conference

IGC 2013 – Iceland Geothermal Conference

Iceland Geothermal Conference will take place March 5th and 8th. 2013 Iceland Geothermal Conference 2013 Representatives at IGC, Iceland Geothermal Conference, are gearing up for the 2013 international geothermal energy event, now reaching up to 400 confirmed participants from 24 countries. The 2013-edition of the energy conference is set to feature 56 lectures spread out over […]

26/02/2013 | By | Reply More
Beauty of Norway – Enjoy the natural beauty of the country

Beauty of Norway – Enjoy the natural beauty of the country

Norway complete Enjoy a relaxing holiday in Norway including the Norwegian Coastal Voyage and Oslo to Bergen Train. Here’s round-up inspiration of a tour which is a combination of what many consider to be the world’s most beautiful cruise voyage and rail excursion. The Norway in a Nutshell train journey and the Norwegian Coastal Voyage. Major […]

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Meet the Nordic candidates for 2013 Eurovision Song Contest

Meet the Nordic candidates for 2013 Eurovision Song Contest

2013 Eurovision Song Contest held in Malmö Sweden Eurovision Song Contest is one of Europe’s favorite TV show. After more than five decades featuring some 1,100 songs, the contest has become a modern classic, strongly embedded into Europe’s collective mind. Eurovision Song Contest 2013 Eurovision Song Contest 2013 will be the 58th annual Song Contest. […]

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Reykjavik – Perfect getaway for your valentine’s day

Reykjavik – Perfect getaway for your valentine’s day

Make your valentine’s day unforgettable Here’s round-up inspiration of the best place to escape over your valentine’s day. Be Inspired by Reykjavik, for your perfect getaway. Reykjavik is a remarkable getaway – its charming old town, legendary nightlife, bustling culture and music scene await you. Allow yourself the luxury offered by the numerous spas and thermal […]

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Herring death in Iceland causes speculations

Herring death in Iceland causes speculations

The herring apocalypse Herring worth billions in exports are seen floating dead Tuesday Feb. 5 2013 in Kolgrafafjörður, a small fjord on the northern part of Snæfellsnes peninsula, west Iceland, for the second time in two months. Between 25,000 and 30,000 tons of fish died in December 2012 and more now, due to lack of […]

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Iceland wins Icesave case at European court

Iceland wins Icesave case at European court

Icesave ruling in Iceland’s favour costs UK taxpayers £100m Iceland unexpectedly won its legal battle to avoid being forced to pay back the British and Dutch governments for not honouring deposit guarantees for savers in Icesave. The European Free Trade Association’s court this Monday rejected the lawsuit by the EFTA surveillance authority, the agency in […]

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Volcanic Eruption on Heimaey, Iceland

Volcanic Eruption on Heimaey, Iceland

Heimaey, the home town of Westman Islands, are today full of live and a growing society Today, Icelanders and especially surviving population of Heimaey and their descendants, remembered 40 years later, the volcano eruption on Heimaey. On January 23, 1973 an information was received by police that an eruption had started a short distance above […]

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