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The Blue Lagoon is a marvelous geothermal spa and popular skin-treatment clinic only 50km southwest of Reykjavik. It is one of the country’s most visited attractions. The spa is set up in a natural lava field filled with mineral water of an unusual phosphorescent color. The place is immensely popular with visitors as well as Icelanders themselves.
The church, with its 75 meters is Iceland’s tallest building. Its construction took almost 40 years when it was finally opened in 1986. Named after the 17th century Icelandic clergyman, poet and composer Hallrimur Petursson, the church is of unusual design with concrete volcanic basalt columns on its tower. Inside is an impressive pipe organ.
Reykjavik enjoys a reputation of the ‘nightlife capital of the north’. The city is particularly lively on the weekend. People tend to go out very late; bars and clubs fill up around midnight. There are over 100 bars and clubs in the city, most of which can be found on Laugavegur and usually stay open until 3–7:00 am on weekends.