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Eiriksstadir, Budardalur

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  • Who embarks on a road trip to Iceland should be also this historic place! Because a story is vividly presented here.
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  • The reconstructed Grassodenhaus of Eric the red, whose original basic wall just a few steps away were found is located in a side Valley. We had to wait a little, because a guide in Icelandic had just started, coffee with a private guided tour have been compensated but then after a free i n English. A young one in the costume from the time of the Vikings (1,000 ad) told us the House and the story of Erik's life at this time. Erik the Red was not a pleasant one. He had also his new Court on an island in the Breidafjordur only this farmstead exit, and then after he had killed a neighbor. He was advised again with neighbours in dispute what went fatally out for this. He was therefore sent and was forced to seek a new home. Therefore, Erik sailed to the West, where he discovered Greenland and settled. A final highlight was that both my daughter and I were dressed with matching jackets for "scary" photos, morning star, sword and helmets.
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  • A historic place from Eric the Red. In Haukadalur. The farm from Eric the Red and where Leif the Lucky one was born. Farmhouses like they used to be in the early days of the settlement in Iceland. Her...  more »