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On our trip along the South Coast of Iceland we also visited the Skogar Folk Museum. The museum is partly an open air museum and gives a good impression of the harsh life in the past. The entire collection is found and brought together by one man. He did an amazingly good job. The 'manager' was in his mid eighties when we were there and still working and collecting. The photos give a small impression. If you would like to read more please visit http://www.nat.is/Sofn/eyjafjoll_skogar_folks.htm
Farm houses and stables under one roof, covered with turf to keep the cold out
The collector-manager-owner of the museum
Part of the interior of the museum
Part of the interior of the church. This is the smallest church I have ever seen. Only a few square metres.
And if you are not bored yet please look at my Watery Wednesday photos for tomorrow. I don't think I'll have the time to post tomorrow so I show them now. It is an unbelievable powerfull mass of water which makes you feel very small.
The Gullfoss waterfall