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Glöggt er gests augað

  • 30 January, 2018
  • Category: News

We have an old saying in Iceland “Glöggt er gests augað”. It means that visitors often see things that the locals don’t notice any more or take for granted.

When we see footage like the one here below, this old saying comes to mind.

This stunning video was made by an incentive group that was here earlier this month. Iceland Travel DMC organized the trip.

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