Between the 1910s and 1960s, thousands of young women formed the backbone of the country's thriving fishing industry
In 2014, the Okjökull was declared dead after dwindling from over 5 square miles to a mound of "dead ice"
Over a million people have tromped the edges of Fjaðrárgljúfur since Biebs danced on its edge in a 2015 video
On a small Icelandic island, a massive piece of art will track Earth's wobble in space
The Lava Center is surrounded by three volcanoes
Iceland’s ‘Mountain of Fire’ volcano wreaked havoc with an island and the island fought back
The country’s landscape is surreal and one-of-a-kind—so is a ride on the Icelandic equine
Want more "Game of Thrones" than a show every Sunday and books every few years? Consider visiting the filming locations