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Iceland is rich in folklore; the mountainous
landscape, wide-open spaces, harsh climate and
long winter darkness must have made it easy, in
times gone by, t...

Iceland is rich in folklore; the mountainous
landscape, wide-open spaces, harsh climate and
long winter darkness must have made it easy, in
times gone by, to imagine ghosts, trolls and
other supernatural creatures lurking around
every corner.A TravellerÉs Guide to Icelandic
Folk Tales is a collection of 60 local legends,
designed to accompany the traveller on the road
around Iceland. The scene is set for each story
with a description of the surrounding landscape
and a brief history of the region, as well as
practical information about routes to the
various locations. The stories themselves are
retold by experienced guide and historian Jón R.
Hjálmarsson.Trolls and elves, wizards, ghosts,
mermen and a host of other mysterious beings
come to life in these pages to enliven the
travellerÉs journey around Iceland.Höfundur:
Jón R. Hjálmarsson

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