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Traveling the Ring Road

Route 1 or the Ring Road is a main road in Iceland that runs around the island and connects the different parts of the country together. The total length of the road is 1339 km. Although mostly paved, some portions of the road are still the original 1940's country roads, and contain extreme hazards, such as blind bends and blind hills (this is especially true of the section between Borgarnes and Blönduós) and narrow passes. The loop was finished in 1974 when the bridge over Skeišarį river in Southern Iceland was opened.
 
A bridge spans glacial rivers in the Skeišarįrsandur alluvial
Ring Road to Skaftafell National Park
Windy road on desolate earth
  A bridge spans glacial rivers in the Skeišarįrsandur alluvial  
  Ring Road to Skaftafell National Park  
  Windy road on desolate earth  
Single lane bridge
Skeišarįrsandur alluvial plain
Barren landscape
  Single lane bridge  
  Skeišarįrsandur alluvial plain  
  Barren landscape  
Dinner at a diner
Windy road through Namafjall Hverir
Route 1 in Iceland
  Dinner at a diner  
  Windy road through Namafjall Hverir  
  Route 1 in Iceland  
The Ring Road
  The Ring Road  



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