Seljalandsfoss is a 60m high waterfall on the south coast of Iceland. The peninsula is full of natural threasures, for example Þórsmörk and the famous volcanic glacier Eyjafjallajökull. As one can see in the image, it's possible to walk behind the waterfall... sometimes a litle wet, but totally worth it. The water is fresh, without melting glacier water in it. The rock/cliffs in the area are called Eyjafjöll.
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