Historical geothermal pool in Iceland, built in the 12th century and known for its association with a prominent Icelandic saga writer.

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There’s no better way to thwart Iceland’s wind and chilly temperatures than by enjoying one of its natural hot springs. The volcanic energy bubbling away underneath Iceland brings with it an abundance of hot water, diverted to homes, swimming pools, and spas such as the Blue Lagoon. However, in other places it’s left to collect in natural pools by itself, perfect for a soak and travelers trying to save a buck or two.

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