House Hunting in Iceland: A Lakeside Cabin for Under $800,000
The country’s swift and successful response to the pandemic has enabled its real estate market to stay open, encouraging an influx of domestic buyers.
A House With a View in Southern Iceland
This four-bedroom house, perched on a green hill overlooking Lake Thingvellir, in southwest Iceland, is for sale for $792,000.
Feminist Rap Group in Iceland Looks Abroad After Making a Stir at Home
The nine-woman collective Daughters of Reykjavik was mocked online and in Iceland’s news media. So they’re taking their message elsewhere.
Dance Companies Take Baby Steps Back to Rehearsal
Ballet and contemporary performers across Europe are returning to work in a different world, with masks, liability waivers and no touching.
El trabajo no remunerado que realizan las mujeres tiene un valor de 10.900.000.000.000 dólares
Esa suma es, por mucho, mayor a los ingresos combinados de Apple, Amazon y Walmart.
Women’s Unpaid Labor is Worth $10,900,000,000,000
That’s more than the combined revenue of Apple, Amazon and Walmart. Way more.
Warming Waters, Moving Fish: How Climate Change Is Reshaping Iceland
Ocean temperatures are on the rise and warming waters are causing fish to swim for their lives, causing financial disruption and international conflicts.
I’m a First Lady, and It’s an Incredibly Weird Job
The perils of navigating this unofficial, undefined role in 2019.
House Hunting in … Iceland
Low interest rates and increasing supply are helping to offset Reykjavik’s steep prices and draw more buyers into the market.
A Farmhouse in Iceland’s Haukadalur Geothermal Valley
This classic farmhouse on 17 acres in the Haukadalur geothermal valley of southwest Iceland is on the market for $1 million.
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