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Dritvik on the Snaefellsnes peninsula in Iceland. This looks a peaceful scene today, but for three hundred years until the nineteenth century this was a busy fishing port, home to over 60 boats and several hundred people. Nowadays there are next to no remains of all that activity.

Dritvik

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Dritvik on the Snaefellsnes peninsula in Iceland. This looks a peaceful scene today, but for three hundred years until the nineteenth century this was a busy fishing port, home to over 60 boats and several hundred people. Nowadays there are next to no remains of all that activity.
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