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The Duke and Duchess of Kent and children Featured Related Images Print

The Duke and Duchess of Kent and children

Prince George, Duke of Kent (1902-1942), Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent (1906-1968) and their two eldest children, Edward (born 1935 and the current Duke of Kent) and Alexandra (born 1936). The fourth son of George V and Queen Mary, the Duke was killed in a plane crash in August 1942 on his way to Iceland, only weeks after the birth of his son, Prince Michael of Kent

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Sun Rise at Aldeyjarfoss waterfall in Iceland Featured Related Images Print

Sun Rise at Aldeyjarfoss waterfall in Iceland

The Aldeyjarfoss waterfall is situated in the north of Iceland at the northern part of the Sprengisandur Highland Road which means it is to be found within the Highlands of Iceland. One of the most interesting features of the waterfall is the contrast between the black basalt columns and the white waters of the fall. In this, it is similar to the much smaller Icelandic waterfall Svartifoss in Skaftafell. The river Skjalfandafljot drops here from a height of 20 m. The basalt belongs to a lava field called Frambruni or Su?urarhraun, hraun being the Icelandic designation for lava

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BrAºarfoss waterfall in Iceland Featured Related Images Print

BrAºarfoss waterfall in Iceland

Bruarfoss ('Bridge Falls') is a relatively small waterfall compared to many of its Icelandic counterparts, but its diminutive size does nothing to take away from its staggering beauty. Both locals and seasoned travellers regard Bruarfoss as one of the country's hidden gems, often labelling it 'Iceland's Bluest Waterfall.'

The glacial river Bruara falls 2-3m, ending in a U-turn at the base of the waterfall, where the river is concentrated into a deep crevice that runs through the centre of dark volcanic rock formations

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