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View of the eastern part. Webcam Husavik


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The webcam is located in the eastern part of the city of Husavik (Iceland).

The lens captures a picturesque city panorama surrounded by incredible Icelandic landscapes. Also, one of the local attractions, the main city temple, the Khusavik Church, falls into the foreshortening. The broadcast is transmitted in real time.

Husavik, whose webcams are available for viewing online on this site, is located in the north of Iceland and, despite its modest size, is visited annually by 100,000 tourists.

Such popularity is due to the huge number of natural attractions, as well as unique travel opportunities. So, for example, it was in Husavik for the first time in the history of world tourism that whale watching cruises began to be offered. Cultural life is being carefully developed here as well. The city has many museums, many of which are considered one of the best in the country.
Among natural attractions, Godafoss waterfall occupies a leading position in popularity. This is the most beautiful and powerful facility of its kind in the country. You can watch it for hours, the surrounding landscape seems so incredible. The second name of this place is the “waterfall of the gods”. The fact is that, according to one of the versions, pagan idols were thrown down from a great height after the baptism of Iceland. According to another version, near this place, on the top of a high mountain, a pagan priest placed wooden images of deities of a religion that had sunk into history.
Also in the Husavik region there is another waterfall, which is considered the most powerful not only in the country, but throughout Europe. It's called Dettifoss. Wide bubbling streams of water of this miracle of nature fall from a great height. And it seems that they reach the bowels of the earth. To contemplate this magnificence, a special observation deck is equipped. It is located in close proximity to the water, so that visitors can see everything properly without fear of getting wet.
The third most popular waterfall near Husavik is called Selfoss. Its splashes can be seen even from a kilometer distance. Therefore, to admire this attraction, you should put on comfortable shoes and get a raincoat.
The Husavik pool is also a must see. This reservoir was created by nature itself from geothermal sources and is invariably the center of attraction for hundreds of visitors.

If it’s not possible to go to Iceland yet, Husavik’s webcams, which you can watch online on this site, will allow you to enjoy a virtual walk in real time.

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The review covers the western part of the city of Husavik (Iceland). A wide angle allows you to see the picturesque coast lined with green spaces and houses. Mountain slopes are visible behind. The broadcast is in real time.
Husavik, Iceland 13.07.22
View of the western part. Webcam Husavik
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Camera overlooking the southern part of the city of Husavik (Iceland). The overview covers a spacious marina with pleasure and fishing boats moored to the berths. On the front edge of the view, you can see various buildings and a parking lot. Behind you can see a picturesque panorama of mountain peaks. The broadcast is in real time.
Husavik, Iceland 09.07.22
View of the southern part. Webcam Husavik
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View of the "whale capital" of Iceland - the city of Husavik. The lens captures the northern part of the settlement. An extensive city panorama gives an idea of the weather and what is happening on the streets thanks to the transmission in real time. And the HD format allows you to enjoy the walk and see everything in detail.
Husavik, Iceland 02.07.22
View of the northern part. Webcam Husavik
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