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Rainbows of Iceland

Icelanders embrace the colors of the rainbow. All over the country saw streets, benches, and steps painted with the colors of the rainbow. This street in Reykjavik is only a few blocks long, but from this perspective, it appears to lead to the Viking Church, which is the building in the far distance.

The church in Djupavik sits on a hill above the town. Walkers can get to it by climbing rainbow-painted steps.

The rainbow street of Seydisfjorddur leads to a pale blue church, aka Blue Church. Inside, the ceiling and the seat cushions on the pews are a bright blue.

Iceland has natural rainbows too, like this one. Between the mist in the air and the occasional rain, I got to see many of them.


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