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Reykjavik 

Iceland's capital and largest city is Reykjavik. It is situated on the southern edge of Faxaflói Bay in southwest Iceland. Its latitude is 64°08' N, making it the world's northernmost sovereign state capital. As of 2023, the population of Reykjavik is expected to be around 140,000 (up from 121,822 in 2015). The Capital Region has a population of approximately 248,000 people. Reykjavik is the cultural, economic, and governmental centre of Iceland, as well as a major tourist destination for foreigners. It is one of the world's cleanest, greenest, and safest cities. The Hallgrmskirkja church, the Perlan glass dome, and the Blue Lagoon spa are among the most prominent tourist attractions in Reykjavik.  Reykjavik, despite its modest size, is a cosmopolitan city with a diverse selection of attractions.

Reykjavik is the cultural, economic, and governmental centre of Iceland, as well as a major tourist destination for foreigners. It is one of the world's cleanest, greenest, and safest cities. The Hallgrmskirkja church, the Perlan glass dome, and the Blue Lagoon spa are among the most prominent tourist attractions in Reykjavik. The cost of living in Reykjavik is somewhat high, however, there are several ways to save money, like cooking at home, participating in free activities, and taking public transit. If you are considering a trip to Reykjavik, do your homework and budget accordingly.

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