Getting High In an Icelandic Church

There’s nothing like getting high in a church. In Reykjavik’s 244-foot tall Hallgrimskirkja Church, guests pay 700 krona (around $7) for a lift up the steeple into the church’s clock tower with 360-degree city views, the surrounding mountainous landscape and a glimpse of art. … Continued

Iceland’s Creative Muse

Inspiration, regardless of its source is a powerful agent of creativity. For much of western history, the church and more specifically Christ, has served as a creative muse to artists and writers and poets. In Iceland, a country dominated by … Continued