Babies are left outside to nap in freezing temperatures.
Hot dogs are Iceland’s most popular food and are sold virtually everywhere, including gas stations, roadside stops, and restaurants.
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According to a 1998 survey, a majority of Icelanders believe in the existence of elves.
According to one resident quoted in The Atlantic, “elves can range wildly in size, from a few centimeters to three meters in height. They may live in houses, sometimes with multiple floors, and, if you leave them alone, they’ll generally mind their own business.”
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Nearly all of Iceland’s heating and electricity needs are served by hydroelectric power and geothermal water reserves.
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Iceland is home to a penis museum — The Icelandic Phallological Museum.
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