返回索引页面 Akranes Selected for Google Maps and Google Earth Show more Show less Save Cancel Want to use bold,... Me Fundurinn sam Me Einnig var sam Stj Stj G G Gu R Stef Samkv Fullt nafn: Netfang: Heimas (valfrj... Husky, Akranes, Iceland Photo and caption by Ása Birna Viðarsdóttir This one is taken in february... Photo ©Mats Wibe Lund - Use of these photographs is prohibited without permit. Akranes, horft í... Enlarged image from the postcard of Akraborg . Akranes Lighthouse has recently been opened to the public and you can go up to the top and enjoy the... What is in common with the lighthouses I’ve visted is that they have amazing accoustics and Akranes... Farm near Akranes Selected for Google Maps and Google Earth Show more Show less Save Cancel Want to... Practical things you should know about visiting Akranes If you need a place to stay in Akranes you... We went for a walk around Akranes , and being Sunday yet again, there was no one around. Akranes is... Morning in Akranes Show more Show less Bigshrimp Photo details Uploaded on March 28, 2008 © All... Tekin: 15.3.2009 | Bætt í albúm: 20.3.2009 Athugasemdir Augnablik... Vakta athugasemdir Þú ert að... VIII We didn’t drive as far as Reykjavik , since we wanted to see the Akranes peninsula . There we... Source: Jens Meinecke Snæfellsness peninsula Akranes , Iceland Explore: Africa | Asia | Caribbean | Central America ... Íþróttabandalag Akraness Northeast from Akranes, western Ísland. A view eastward of Reykjavík Harbor. The large pale house on... Day 21 Day 23 Index Modern Lighthouse - Another View Akranes (Road 51) May 1999 Hella Ljósmyndari: Lúlli | Staður: Akranes Höfundur Lúðvík Gunnarsson Northern lights over Mount Akrafjall and the village Akranes - © Thor Ostensen Selected for Google... Snæfellsness peninsula again Akranes , Iceland Explore: Africa | Asia | Caribbean | Central... VIII Old Church at Akranes Western Iceland (Road 51) March 1999 A French girl, about 35 years old, with piercings, dreadlocks, and a roll-up cigarette in her mouth... We drove past this strange village of corrugated metal bungalows, but I didn’t yet know what... In fact, there’s no doubt, for here are the two whaling ships at anchor in the bay.