Snorralaug in Reykholt, Iceland

Located in the tiny Icelandic village of Reykholt, the beautiful little hot spring known as Snorralaug is though to have been used by locals since the 12th century, making it possibly the oldest human-used hot spring in the country.

The quaint little hot spring is first mentioned in the medieval writings of Snorri Sturluson, a poet and politician whose work has made him a famous artisan even today. According to his writings, Sturluson used the naturally heated pool to bathe. Sturluson...

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