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Reykjavik City Hall, Reykjavik

Situated on the northern shore of Lake Tjörnin in central Reykjavik, the City Hall is the seat of the city's Mayor and other executive officials.

Situated on the northern shore of Lake Tjörnin in central Reykjavik, the City Hall is the seat of the city's Mayor and other executive officials. It also hosts exhibitions.


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About Reykjavik City Hall

 Tjarnargata 11, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland

 +354 411 1111

 reykjavik.is

Reykjavik City Hall and Nearby Sights on Map

Settlement Exhibition

The Settlement Exhibition 871±2 in Reykjavík is centered around the archaeological excavation at Aðalstræti which uncovered the ruins of one of the first houses in Iceland dating back to circa 930-1000

Parliament House Reykjavik

Tjornin

Tjörnin is a small lake in central Reykjavík that bustles with ducks, swans, geese and about 40 other species of birds the capital of Iceland

Domkirkjan

The Domkirkjan or Reykjavík Cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of Iceland

Volcano House

The Volcano House in Reykjavík explores the geological history and systems of Iceland, one of the most volcanically active regions in the world due to its location on the mid-Atlantic Ridge

Cemetery Holavallagardur

Spread over 3 hectares, the Hólavallagarður Cemetery dates back to the 19th century, and has a number of interesting old tombstones, including those of Jón Sigurðssonand Guðrún Oddsdóttir

Landakotskirkja

The Landakotskirkja is the cathedral of the Catholic Church in Iceland and is formally called the Basilika Krists konungs (Basilica of Christ the King)

National Museum of Iceland

The National Museum of Iceland explores the history and cultural heritage of Iceland from the Viking settlements of the Middle Ages to the present day

Vikin Maritime Museum

Housed in a former fish freezing factory in Grandi, the Vikin Maritime Museum explores Icelandic maritime history and the fishing industry from the early settlements to the late 20th century

Harpa

Designed by visual artist Olafur Eliasson and Henning Larsen Architects, the Harpa is a breathtaking concert hall and conference centre in Reykjavík that is home to the Iceland Symphony Orchestra and the Icelandic Opera