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Northern lights in Krýsuvíkurkirkja, Iceland

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Krýsuvíkur Church was built in 1857 and closed as a parish church in 1929, but was later used as a residence. The church was repaired in 1964 and handed over to the National Museum. It is an example of a simple country church from the second half of the 19th century.
It is a place outside inhabited centers in a countryside area with mountains around and without any lamppost. A great place to photograph the Northern Lights with a great foreground subject.


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