Veidivötn is a watery landscape in central Iceland on the northwest edge of the Vatnajoküll Glacier, flown through by many meltwater streams. It contains some 50 lakes, many of them in craters caused by Veidivötn’s position above a volcanic fissure zone. The last eruption happened in the year 1480. Fish inhabit about 30 of the lakes, including trout of exceptional flavour and size, often as big as six pounds. Spring moss gives the black volcanic rock its green accents.
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