Iceland is located in Northern Europe, between the Greenland Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean. It has just 300,000 inhabitants and enjoys one of the highest living standards in Europe. Its geography has not been an obstacle to its development, it could even be said that it has benefited it because many people seek its natural spaces.
Iceland, whose name means “land of ice”, has glaciers, hot springs, geysers, active volcanoes, ice fields, tundras, snowy peaks, huge lava deserts, waterfalls and craters. Some of the largest colonies of birds in the world inhabit the cliffs that rise along its coasts, in the lakes and swamps they inhabit abundant waterfowl.
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