Loading...

Þjóðveldisbærinn Stöng (The Commonwealth farm) in Þjórsá

Keywords
Aisurando kara no shashin Akutibu no kōzō Altertümer Architektur Arkitektúr Bane Bauernhof Berg Best Icelandic Photos Building Bygging Byggingarvirki Chishitsu Couvert Dag Dagur Dalur Day Dei Discover Wild Iceland Documentary Photo from Iceland Documentary Photographer Documentary Photos Documentary Photos from Iceland Estructura del activo Exhumierung Eyðibýli Fabric Felswand Ferðamenn Fjall Fjallshlíð Fjallstoppar Fornminjar Foto aus Island Foto de Islandia Foto fra Island Fuyu Fūkei Gangstétt Gebäude Geologi Geologie Geology Gras Grass Grjóthleðsla Gróður Hakkutsu Hakubutsukan Herbe Holz Hosō House Hús IceStockPhotos.com Iceland Icelandic Photo Icelandic Photography Icelandic Photos Ie Iwa no kabe Jarðfræði Kankōkyaku wa Ko bijutsu-hin Koke Kokuritsu hakubutsukan Landscape Landschaft Landslag Liggjandi Lodge Lárétt Maison Minjasafn Misute rareta nōjō Moos Mori Mosi Moss Mountain Museen Museer Museos Museum Museums Musée national Musées Mynd frá Ísland Myndir um Ísland Myūjiamu National Park Nationalmuseum Nationalpark Nature Náttúra Nōjō granja Okugai de Outdoors Outside Parc national Parque Nacional Pavage Paving Paysage Pflasterarbeiten Photo from Iceland Photo gallery from Iceland Photos from Iceland Photos in Iceland Professional Photographer Professional Photos from Iceland Pīku Rasen Rojji Safn Sanchō Scenery Shiba Shiba no ie Shokusei Skáli Skógur Skýjað Sommer Spitze Steinhleðsla Structure Structure de l'actif Struktur der aktiven Stöng Sumar Summer Sveitabær Tatemono Torf Torfbær Torfhaus Tourist Touristen Turf Turf house Túristar Uddo Uppgröftur Utandyra Valley Vegetation Vetur Vinter Wald Winter Winterreifen abandoned farm al aire libre alfresco antigüedades antiquities antiquités architecture arkitektur arquitectura bedeckt bjerge bjergtop bois bosque bryophyte bygning bâtiment casa casa césped collection complex césped digging disinterment draußen dyke día edifice edificio en plein air erection excavation exhumación exhumation ferme ferme abandonnée finca abandonada footpath footway forest forladte gård forêt gazon geología geoscience geosciences géologie haus hiver hollow horizontal horizontally hus invierno journée kalikasan kusa la nature landskab logia madera maison de gazon montagne montagnes montaña mos mountainside mousse museo museo nacional musgo musée national museum nationale museum natur naturaleza nublado old relics oldsager opgravning out-of-doors overcast paisaje pared de la roca paroi rocheuse pavement pavilion pavimentación peak pic pico rock laying rock wall sidewalk struktur af det aktive tani terrain touristes træ turistas turister tørvehus udendørs vale valle vallée vandret vegetación verano verlassenen Bauernhof végétation weald wood ©Rafn Sig Íslenskar myndir Úti Þjóðgarður Þjóðminjasafn Þjóðveldisbær Þjóðveldisbærinn Stöng Ākitekucha アイスランドからの写真 アクティブの構造 アーキテクチャ ウッド デイ ピーク マウンテン ミュージアム ロッジ 博物館 古美術品 国立公園 国立博物館 地質 屋外で 山脈 山頂 岩の壁 建物 性質 植生 水平な 発掘 自然 舗装 芝の家 見捨てられた農場 観光客は 農場 風景
File Details
Published: 04/14/2019 Rating:
Category: Summer, Þjóðveldisbærinn Stöng, Þjóðveldisbærinn Stöng Viewed: 9 Downloads: 0
Color
       


Share
       

Þjóðveldisbærinn Stöng (The Commonwealth farm) in Þjórsá

ID : 20218
Dislike 0

License:
TitlePriceBuy
Single Standard - Web10.00
Single Small18.00
Single Standard23.00
Single Medium - Din A5 38.00
Single Large - Din A443.00
Single Original size or front cover photo56.00
Monthly plan - Download up to 10 hi-res photos pr.month100.00
Yearly plan - Download up to 10 hi-res photos pr.month1000.00

Files:

JPG: 5760x3840px @ 23.05 Mb.



Below the mountain of Sámsstaðamúli in Þjórsárdalur (Þjórsárdalur) in Southern Iceland lies the medieval farm, Þjóðveldisbærinn (Thjóthveldisbaerinn).
Þjóðveldisbærinn Stöng (Commonwealth Farm) is a reconstructed viking-era farmstead in Iceland, located in the Þjórsárdalur valley in Árnessýsla county. It is a historically accurate reconstruction of the three buildings, including a longhouse, which stood 7 km to the north at Stöng; the farm is believed to have been buried under volcanic ash in 1104 following the eruption of the volcano Hekla.
The reconstruction was built in 1974 as a part of the national celebrations of the 1100th anniversary of the settlement of Iceland in 874.