Lóndrangar Iceland - Landscapes - Dee Potter Photography

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Nicknamed “the Rocky Castle”, the unique basalt cliffs of Lóndrangar are all that remain of a volcanic crater after eons of punishing North Atlantic erosion. The towering pillars are 75 metres (246 ft) and 61 metres (200 ft) high. Folklore has it that the barren lands surrounding the Lóndrangar basalt cliffs have remained eternally uncultavated by local farmers to protect the elves who reportedly live there. If you look closely, you may find a few here.
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Lóndrangar Iceland - Landscapes - Dee Potter Photography
Nicknamed “the Rocky Castle”, the unique basalt cliffs of Lóndrangar are all that remain of a volcanic crater after eons of punishing North Atlantic erosion. The towering pillars are 75 metres (246 ft) and 61 metres (200 ft) high. Folklore has it that the barren lands surrounding the Lóndrangar basalt cliffs have remained eternally uncultavated by local farmers to protect the elves who reportedly live there. If you look closely, you may find a few here.