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Ásbyrgi Canyon, Jökulsárgljúfur National Park, Finland. Nicknamed Sleipnir's footprint, it is said that the canyon was formed when Odin's eight-legged horse, Sleipnir, touched one of its feet to the ground here. Legend also relates that the canyon is the capital city of the "hidden people" (huldufólk), who live in cracks within the surrounding cliffs.
Flatey Island on Shaky Bay (skjálfandi) is located about 8.7 kilometers from Húsavík. Its name in Icelandic means “flat island” and its highest point is only about twenty meters above sea level. It is two and a half kilometers long and 1.7 kilometers wide. It is the fifth largest island near the coast of Iceland.