Mural in Reykjavik, Iceland.

Another super-duper ‘awesome’ mural I saw during my 6 day trip to Reykjavik, Iceland… on Laugavegur Street in the City Centre. In addition to good food & a good craft beer scene, Reykjavik has numerous murals!

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Mural in Reykjavik, Iceland…

This was probably one of my favorite murals in Reykjavik, Iceland out of the many murals across the city… and there were many great ones, too. If you like murals, craft beer, nightlife, unusual food, and well organized tours… Then do put Reykjavik on your list!

Mural in Reykjavik, Iceland.

One of the many murals I saw in Reykjavik, Iceland last month… not the most artistic mural I’ve seen, but definitely impressive because of its size. If you enjoy looking at murals, then Reykjavik’s a good city just for that reason, but it’s also good for many other reasons (from good local craft beer to craft coffee to well organized tours, etc.).

Murals of the World.

Another one of many murals I saw during my trip to Reykjavik, Iceland last month. If murals are your thing, Reykjavik may be your city. 

Murals of the World.

A mural I saw inside of a parking garage in Reykjavik, Iceland… across the street from the Harpa Centre Building (an iconic building in Reykjavik worth seeing).

Mural in Reykjavik, Iceland.

One of many murals I saw during my short stay in Reykjavik, Iceland last month. If you like artsy cities and enjoy looking at murals, then Reykjavik is your kind of city.

Lion of Belfort

Picture I took in December, 2012. The “Lion of Belfort” is a must-see for anyone visiting Belfort France. The statue was completed in 1880 (entirely made of red sandstone) by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi, same sculptor that sculpted the Statue of Liberty in New York City. Since I have relatives near Belfort, I’ve gotten to see this masterpiece a few times. You can also climb to the top and see the entire City of Belfort.