At the end of the first century, the leader of Iceland made Christianity the official religion of the state. It is rumored that after making that proclamation he threw his statues of the Norse gods into this waterfall which is now called Godafoss. (The suffix foss designates a waterfall in Icelandic.)
The basalt coastline west of Arnarstapi is some of the most interesting coastline in Iceland.
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Hadrian’s Wall built near the end of the Roman Empire and rare wave cloud in the Yorkshire Dales of Northern England. Read more about it here.