Icelandic landscape has become prominent in a lot of film blockbusters and television series. A key part of the nation’s recovery from the 2008 financial crisis was an influx of foreign investment, driven by a weaker currency. This made it possible for a lot of high profile Hollywood projects to be filmed in Iceland.
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A task force will explore the possibility of creating geothermal beaches at two locations in Reykjavík.
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The Icelandic banking system is much better prepared for a potential collapse than it was prior to the 2008 crash.
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