Archaeologists have discovered unique archaeological remains dating back to the 10th century at Strandir in Kaldrananes, in the Westfjords region. The remains indicate that it was a fisherman’s hut, a fish processing site and a merchant’s shop at the site of the settlement. Archaeological excavations at Kaldranes began in 2018. During these years, artifacts were found in Sandvík and Hvítsandir. Artifacts from it […]
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