Iceland - Geysir Center

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The Geysir Center is an area in the south western part of Iceland with a number of hot springs or geyser. The most well-known is "The Great Geysir" which was the first geyser described in a printed source and the first known to modern Europeans. Walking in the area you can feel the constant heat from the underground and many springs are boiling.   
   
Geysir

One of the hot springs at the Geysir Center.

One of the hot springs at the Geysir Center.
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People waiting for the "The Great Geysir" - at the Geysir Center - to erupt.

People waiting for the "The Great Geysir" - at the Geysir Center - to erupt.
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A large eruption of "The Great Geysir" - at the Geysir Center.

A large eruption of "The Great Geysir" - at the Geysir Center.
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One of the hot springs at the Geysir Center.

One of the hot springs at the Geysir Center.
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One of the hot springs at the Geysir Center.

One of the hot springs at the Geysir Center.
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One of the hot springs at the Geysir Center.

One of the hot springs at the Geysir Center.
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