Iceland By: Emilee Harder

People speak Icelandic in Iceland. Icelandic is a Nordic language, a branch of the German languages. Thousand years ago we had a common Nordic language, the Old Norse in the entire Nordic region, except in Finland.
A major job in Iceland is fishing. People mostly fish for brown trout.
Iceland's government is Constitutional Republic, just like the United States. Their president is Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson.
In Iceland, people eat lamb heads. Or they call it, Svio.
This is an Icelandic króna. 1 US dollar equals 113.39 Icelandic króna.
Iceland has a annual parade on June 17th, Dependence Day.
This is volcano Katla. Katla is a large volcano in southern Iceland. It is very active; twenty eruptions have been documented between 930 and 1918, at intervals of 13–95 years.
In Iceland, you should wear a jacket, gloves and a hat.
The sights you would see in Iceland, is water and mountains.
What people to in Icland for fun is walk between continents. Two plates meet under Iceland, the Eurasian plate and the North-American plate. It is very cool to cross the bridge and walk between two continents.

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