Iceland has approximately 70 towns and villages around the island. Some are tiny hamlets or just a cluster of houses and barely fit into the definition of a village. Most of the towns do not have a long history, as Iceland was an viking agricultural society for centuries. The first indication of towns traces their beginning to trading post or fishing posts.
It's intriguing for many to see the houses Icelanders live in today. This image is of a typical farmhouse by the sea in one of it's sleepy villages. Add this timeless image to your living space, and bring a glimpse of this country's urban beauty to your home, office or cubicle.