I recently visited Iceland. As a foreigner, the landscape feels like stepping into a different universe – like peering through a looking glass to the earliest primordial days of the earth, where the molten land was still cooling and plants had just colonized the earth. No trees, only moss. I can easily visualize our distant Paleozoic ancestors gazing upon a world similar to this as they climbed up out of the ocean and onto the land.
Iceland has a population of just over 325,000, while its density is one person per 3.1 km. The vast . . .
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