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Reykjavik haunted walk - part 1

After so enjoying our walking tour we went on the Haunted tour of Reykjavik, run by the same people, though with a different guide.

This tour started at the same place, covering a couple of the locations of the previous tour, but with information skewed toward the gruesome. For instance we passed through the parliament gardens (seen here) but were this time told about the uprising of animal spirits against the ecological destruction the government is in the process of agreeing to.

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Some gravestones in the parliament square.
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