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Glaciers in Iceland

Glaciers in Iceland

Iceland is a land of ice and fire. The island is home to about 130 glaciers, which cover about 10% of its surface. Iceland's glaciers are one of its most valuable natural assets. The Vatnajökull glacier (pictured), the largest in Europe, hides volcanic secrets and picturesque ice caves beneath its surface. Icelandic glaciers are symbols of the power of nature, which are still evolving, highlighting the dynamic nature of this island nation. Iceland's glaciers are affected by climate change. In recent years, it has been observed that these glaciers are melting at an alarming rate. It is estimated that in the last 20 years, the surface area of Iceland's glaciers has decreased by about 10%.

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