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Secret Pool

Swimming in the Seljavallalaug pool is the most serene swimming experience. Built in 1923, it's one of the oldest swimming pools in Iceland heated by natural hot spring water, and maintained by volunteers. This secret pool is self-sustaining, requires no energy, and does not disrupt the landscape in any fashion. This was taken on 6/13/15 while honeymooning in Iceland.

TAGS: Iceland, Pool, Sustainable Travel

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Date Taken: 06.2015
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