Old silage tower turned into apartment hotel in South-Central Iceland

Ásgeir Eiríksson next to the silage tower which was built ...

Ásgeir Eiríksson next to the silage tower which was built in 1957. mbl.is/Sigurður Bogi Sævarsson

An old silage tower on the farm of Klettar in Gnúpverjahreppur, South East Iceland has been turned into an apartment hotel on four floors. 

The silage tower was genially redesigned by an architect and offers 360 degree views of the surrounding landscape. 

Owner of the hotel, Ásgeir Eiríksson, intends to offer Chinese herbal medicine practices in the tower as well, he explains speaking to today's edition of Morgunblaðið. "The energy here is very good," he said. 

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