Meet Godafoss the Most Spectacular Waterfall in Iceland
Godafoss (waterfall of the gods or waterfall of the goði) is located in Iceland is one of the most visited waterfalls there. Iceland is one of the most beautiful country in Europe. It’s cover an area of 103,000 km2 (40,000 sq mi) with a population of 325,671 inhabitants. The major economical, political and industrial city is Reykjavík. Also this city is the largest and the capital city of Iceland. Points of interests in Iceland are: Blue Lagoon,Godafoss,national museum of Iceland, Dynjandi, Askja, Herdubreid…. Iceland is country with breathtaking landscapes, fairy tale mountain, awesome waterfall, amazing old architecture, beautiful nature….
If you ever go to Iceland you can’t pass without visiting Godafoss waterfall. It is one of the most photographed waterfall in Iceland. It is a great destination for lovers of nature, clean and fresh air and peaceful places. If you want to escape from reality and forget everyday duties, than we suggest to visit the Godafoss waterfall. Below in this article you can see some awesome pictures that will gonna blow your mind and will gonna make you feel like you are there and enjoy in it.
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Godafoss is situated in the Bárðardalur district of North-Central Iceland. The waterfall is formed from river Skjálfandafljót. Water of the river falls from a height of 12 meters over a width of 30 meters. Godafoss is one of the most popular end most photographed waterfall in Iceland. Visitors there can enjoy in the awesome landscapes, clear and fresh air, amazing nature, clear water….
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Godafoss waterfall is a perfect destination for those who wants to escape from a big cities noise. There you can walk through breathtaking nature, relax and forget a everyday duties.
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