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During the three days I spent on seeing as much of Iceland as I could I visited the Reykjanes peninsula on the first day. This trip started with a walk to the Hafnaberg cliffs. Actually the cliffs and the path to them were not so interesting, until I came across some colorful flowers.

Hafnaberg is a low, sheer cliff a short distance south of the fishing hamlet Hafnir. It is an interesting and a popular spot among bird watchers, teeming with such bird species as the guillemots, kittiwakes, fulmars, razorbills etc. Sometimes seals and small whales a short distance off the coast. The cliff is easily approachable from the main road. (source: visitreykjanes.is)

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