Amazing Icebergs and Glaciers of Iceland
The name Iceland comes from one of the first Viking who wanted to live there, Flóki Vilgerdarson, in 865. He arrived in summer, had a great time fishing and enjoying the long days and forgot that winter might be different. He didn’t make much supplies for the winter and almost starved to death. Next spring, he left the country very disappointed, which he called Iceland.
Although large parts of Iceland are green, especially in summer (contrary to its large neighbour Greenland, which is mainly ice), you can find ice in Iceland all year round.