Dynjandi, which means “thunderous” in Icelandic, is one of the country’s most powerful waterfalls. It is one of a series of seven waterfalls that spans nearly 330 feet.
Dynjandi, which means “thunderous” in Icelandic, is one of the country’s most powerful waterfalls. It is one of a series of seven waterfalls that spans nearly 330 feet. Molly Born Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Dynjandi, which means “thunderous” in Icelandic, is one of the country’s most powerful waterfalls. It is one of a series of seven waterfalls that spans nearly 330 feet. Molly Born Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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