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Herd of Reindeer in Djúpivogur: Video

7 Jan 2022 A herd of reindeer was caught on video in Djúpivogur, the East Fjords, on Monday.

From Seyðisfjörður.

Movement Continues in Mountain by Seyðisfjörður

11 Oct 2021 Movement is still being registered in the mountain slope by the town Seyðisfjörður.

Killer whales, following a fishing boat in Héraðsflói bay, Northeast Iceland.

Killer Whales Catch Herring

10 Oct 2021 There has been much action east of Iceland lately, where fishing boats are busy catching herring.

The picture shows movement detected in the mountain slope.

Movement Detected in Mountain by Seyðisfjörður

6 Oct 2021 A large slab in the mountain by the town Seyðisfjörður, the East Fjords, is being closely monitored by meteorologists.

Divers on site last year.

 Iceland’s ‘Largest Environmental Accident’

18 Aug 2021 Oil is leaking anew from the wreck of British oil tanker El Grillo, lying on the bottom of Seyðisfjörður fjord in the East Fjords of Iceland.

From Fáskrúðsfjörður, yesterday.

Snow-Covered Ground in Summer

14 Jun 2021 It may be the middle of June, but nonetheless it snowed in the East Fjords of Iceland yesterday.

An angler in Eskifjörður yesterday.

Nearly Record Heat in East Fjords

19 Mar 2021 Residents of the East Fjords got a glimpse of summer yesterday, when the temperature soared to roughly 20°C (68°F).

From Djúpivogur, the East Fjords.

Memorial to Rise of First Black Settler in Iceland

6 Mar 2021 The Icelandic government has approved state funding for the memorial of farmer and merchant Hans Jónatan, believed to have been the first black man to have settled in Iceland.

From Seyðisfjörður. The picture was taken following the landslide in December.

Houses Evacuated in Seyðisfjörður

17 Feb 2021 About 100 residents of 46 houses in Seyðisfjörður, the East Fjords, had to evacuate their homes last night, due to a risk of landslides.

PM Katrín Jakobsdóttir, right, arriving in Egilsstaðir.

Government Members Visit Seyðisfjörður

22 Dec 2020 Four members of the Icelandic government are currently in Seyðisfjörður, the East Fjords.

Residents Ran for Their Lives

21 Dec 2020 The landslides which occurred in Seyðisfjörður last week put the residents in grave danger.

Risk of Landslides Remains

21 Dec 2020 A total of 305 residents of Seyðisfjörður, the East Fjords, were allowed to return to their homes yesterday afternoon

Pictures of Damage Done by Landslides

20 Dec 2020 Reporters, accompanied by police, were given permission to enter the town of Seyðisfjörður yesterday afternoon.

Seyðisfjörður Evacuated: Landslide Causes Major Damage

19 Dec 2020 “All of us are very grateful that no lives were lost.”

All Traffic Prohibited in Seyðisfjörður

18 Dec 2020 All traffic has been prohibited in Seyðisfjörður, the East Fjords, according to an SMS message sent from the police to residents.




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