Facts about Iceland

This week’s homework was to create a fact-file all about Iceland. Tell me what you’ve learned this week by writing comments on this blog post.

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10 Responses to Facts about Iceland

  1. fayb says:

    -Iceland is known as the “Land of Fire and Ice”. And as for the colours in its flag, they represent something about the country: Red represents volcanos and lava, White represents ice and glaciers and Blue represents the ocean.

    -At one point Iceland was part of Denmark but left Denmark in 1918 and became its own independent country in 1944.

  2. fadle says:

    Iceland it’s in the North Atlantic, and
    Don,t have boosh fire. most of the population lives in the capital Reykjavik.

  3. begut1 says:

    I know this isn’t really about are learning but it’s a fact did you know the sun can explode and when it explodes there is a hole called a black hole and it will be the end of the WORLD!!!!!

  4. begut1 says:

    Fun Facts you need to know about Iceland
    Iceland is home to around 200 VOLCANOES!10% of the total land is covered by cooled lava beds or call them glaciers I think that’s how you spell it.

  5. begut1 says:

    I learned so much about Iceland

  6. ahmew says:

    Iceland is a country in the north Atlantic ocean, also Iceland is a land of ice and fire. Iceland has the capital city of Reykjavik.

  7. muald says:

    Well the name of ‘land of ice and fire’? It’s a nickname.

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