The Magical Heaven on Earth is Fjaorargljufur Canyon in Iceland Tauheed Ahmad March 10, 2017 Travel 2669 A lot of travelers believe Iceland is the heaven on the earth due to its natural beauty. And Fjaorargljufur Canyon happens to be one of the most widespread tourist attractions in Iceland. The majestic and scenic beauty of this area is definitely enthralling travelers and local people thinks these canyons as a part of dreamland itself. Moreover, the best part of this place lies in the fact that it is very easily accessible even if it is a canyon. Moving westwards from Kirkjubaejarklaustur hamlet and going towards the southern direction will take a person straight to the Fjaorargljufur Canyon. Dimensionally, Fjaorargljufur Canyon is 100 meters deep and two kilometers long. River Fjadra flows through the canyon and falls in the vicinity of Ring Road. The history tells us, the canyon was ultimately created after repeated occurrences of erosion as a result of the water that flows down from the glaciers. This water from the glaciers flows down through the rocks and crevices. For thousands of years, this canyon has seen fresh water from the glaciers and sightseers from all corners of the world wanted pay a visit to Fjaorargljufur Canyon, Iceland. So here you may have seen allot of stunning and gorgeous Canyon’s around the world, but in all our travels this is possibly the most Attractive Canyon in the World. It is completely unpronounceable by the way, and you can find it in Iceland. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsIceland’s Breathtaking Beauty Show off the Most Amazing Scenery in the WorldHeaven Lake is one of Best Magical and Peaceful Place on EarthIceland has become a favorites filming destination for Hollywood and these spectacular images definitely show why.Mesmerizing and Magical Glowing MushroomsMagical Images of Japan’s Annual Flurry of Fireflies“Godafoss” World’s Most Majestic Waterfall Lake Mývatn a Natural Wonder of IcelandBeyond Nature IcelandEnchanted Photographs of Siberian Huskies Playing on a Mirror-Like Frozen Lake in RussiaIceland, The Most Photogenic Country in the WorldBirds at Latrabjarg Cliffs, IcelandPolish Photographer Uses Drone Camera to Capture Breathtaking Iceland Landscapes Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.