Iceland Askja Caldera, Iceland

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Saša Jamšek

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Askja Caldera is a large volcanic crater, located in the center of the Icelandic Outback in the Dyngjufjoll Mountains. Inaccessible during the winter it is worth a visit during summer. The lake in the Caldera is the deepest lake in Iceland. Next to it is Víti, a geothermal lake with water temperature around 25°C. In fact, the name Víti means “hell”.

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