Siggi Eggertsson: Akureyri

 
Imagine que está numa cidadezinha perdida da Islândia, chamada Akureyri.

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  1. O quadro é muito bonito.
    E eu até sou muito mais apreciador do realismo.

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  2. Imagino e fico a tremer de frio :-)
    Já respondi aos seus comentários sobre a Thatcher, para lhe provar que (ainda) não sofro de Alzheimer.

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  3. The town of Akureyri, with its population of approximately 17 000 Inhabitants, is the administrative, transportation and commercial center of North Iceland.
    The mountains surrounding the fjord, which Akureyri is in the bottom of, is called Eyjafjordur. It is the longest fjord in Iceland, or 60 km, the fjord that all ships have to go through, on the way to Akureyri.
    Akureyri has provided rural communities in these high latitudes with sundry services as well as educational and industrial facilities. Akureyri has its own theater, symphony orchestra, University and one of the biggest hospitals in the country that serves as well East part of Greenland.

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  4. Die Stadt Akureyri ist neben Reykjavík der Haupthandlungsort des Romans Tödliche Intrige von Arnaldur Indriðason. Der Titel der isländischen Originalausgabe ist „Bettý“.

    In Akureyri - zu Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts - spielen Teile der Handlung des Romans "Die Eismalerin" von Kristín Marja Baldursdóttir.

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