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Orbis et Globus (Circle and Sphere) in Grímsey Island is an artwork that was placed on the Arctic Circle in 2017. It is a 3m diameter globe that will follow the fluctuating North-South part of the Arctic Circle until it leaves the island.
Hrísey is the second largest island in Iceland: Paved streets in the small village, tidy gardens and an outstanding view of the surrounding mountains. The ferry, Sævar, sails between Hrísey and the mainland village of Ásskógssandur. The journey only takes about 15 minutes.
- From Co-op Street to Art Street at Akureyri Art Museum
- Photography exhibition On the road again/ Street Photography at the Botanical Garden
- Selected works from Akureyri Art Museum's Collection
- Spring - Selected works by North Icelandic artists at Akureyri Art Museum
- Akureyri Art Museum: TALK TO ME! - kl. 10:00
- Akureyri Museum open - kl. 10:00
- Into the Arctic - Exhibition open - kl. 10:00
- Ice Skating Rink: Open to public - kl. 13:00
- Art Exhibition "Hafrún" at Verksmiðjan Hjalteyri - kl. 14:00
The Arctic Coast Way is Iceland’s first-ever tourist route. It is 900 km long and takes in 21 villages and 18 municipalities – stretching along the coast and around the peninsulas of North Iceland. The route was selected one of Lonely Planet's top 10 European destinations for 2019.