The Westfjords of Iceland are quite stunning and interesting. Some of Iceland’s most beautiful natural wonders and historical places are located in the fjords. They’re normally less traveled than some other places in Iceland so if you’d like to get away from the crowds, give the Westfjords a chance!
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