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Elves, Vikings and Norse Gods in Iceland    Many Icelanders believe in elves, which are different from trolls and hidden people, who also exist. The vikings settled Iceland and shared this little island with all the creatures hiding between the lava and moss, and respected the Norse Gods who ruled.

Vikings and Norse Gods in Iceland

Some Icelanders still believe in elves, trolls and hidden people. The vikings settled Iceland and shared this little island with all the creatures hiding betwee

In Iceland, belief in the Huldufolk (“hidden folk”), or elves, is so strong that building plans are altered to suit them, roads are diverted around their lands, and people even build tiny houses and churches for them. Over half the population of Iceland believes in the possibility that these folk exist.

In Iceland, belief in the Huldufolk (“hidden folk”), or elves, is so strong that…

Tales of Iceland Elves and Trolls

Tales of Iceland Elves and Trolls

Yes, elves. Fifty-four percent of Icelanders either believe in them or say it’s possible they exist. Here’s how to join in on the fun.

Yes, elves. Fifty-four percent of Icelanders either believe in them or say it’s possible they exist. Here’s how to join in on the fun.

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Huldufólk - Iceland's Belief in Elves Among the old beliefs that held on was a strong connection with the Landvættir and Huldufólk - the "Land Wights" and "Hidden People."  Picture > Jökulsárgljúfur National Park, Iceland

Huldufólk - Iceland's Belief in Elves

Iceland possesses a mystical landscape that many of the locals believe is home to supernatural beings from Norse mythology such as elves and trolls.

Why Everyone's Going to Iceland (and Why You Should Join Them) Reykjavik, Golden Circle, Southwest Iceland

Why Everyone's Going to Iceland (and Why You Should Join Them)

The Elf Walk in Hellisgerdi Park, Hafnarfjordur: See 28 reviews, articles, and 6 photos of The Elf Walk in Hellisgerdi Park, ranked No.10 on TripAdvisor among 19 attractions in Hafnarfjordur.

The Elf Garden is a Center of Elves and Huldufolk, in Hellisgerði Park , a small beautiful lava park in Hafnarfjörður, an old harbor minutes drive from downtown Reykjavik in Iceland.

Kálfatjarnarkirkja at Vatnsleysuströnd in Iceland

visitheworld: “Kálfatjarnarkirkja at Vatnsleysuströnd / Iceland (by fredschalk).

Waterfalls and home of dwarfs & elves | Guide to Iceland

Waterfalls and home of dwarfs & elves

Don't miss Stjórnarfoss waterfall, Foss á Síðu and Dverghamrar rocks while in the south coast of Iceland. I want to mention two beautiful spots on the south coas

Icelander's believe in Elves and actually build tiny little houses for them in their yards. They all have sod roofs. I want to build a little trio in my yard.

Icelander's believe in Elves and actually build tiny little houses for them in their yards. They all have sod roofs. I want to build a little trio in my yard.

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