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Leif Ericsson monument and the Hallgrimmskirkja as background
Reykjavik
Leif Ericsson - son of Eric the Red - was the first european, who achieved the continental America. His monument was a gift of the american people to Iceland.
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Uploaded: 29/05/2013
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