Most Unimaginably Strange


Described by William Morris as ‘most unimaginably strange,’ the landscape of Iceland has fascinated and inspired travellers, scientists, artists, and writers throughout history. This book provides a contemporary understanding of the landscape as a whole, not only its iconic glaciers and volcanoes, but also its deserts, canyons, plants, and animals.

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