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Beach. View of waves on a black sand beach covered in snow (right). Black sand is caused by the erosion of solid volcanic lava. The waves have melted the snow nearer the sea. Photographed in Dyrholaey, Iceland.    Credit: BERNHARD EDMAIER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Black sand beach covered in snow. Black sand is caused by the erosion of solid volcanic lava. The waves have melted the snow nearer the sea. Photographed in Dyrholaey, Iceland. Credit: BERNHARD EDMAIER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY www.

The University of Salamanca Library in Salamanca, Spain. Photograph by Udri.

Beautiful library full of old books IN Spain? When can I go? {Ancient Library, University of Salamanca, Spain photo via lodewijk}

Download this stock image: Traditional Icelandic House - Pjodveldisbaer, Icelandic Highlands, Iceland - DAG7NA from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors.

Download this stock image: Traditional Icelandic House - Pjodveldisbaer, Icelandic Highlands, Iceland - DAG7NA from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors.

Adventure guide in an ice cave under the Vatnajokull ice cap, Iceland. Vatnajokull (Vatna Glacier) is the largest and most voluminous ice cap in Iceland. C029/9207 Credit: Jeremy Walker/Science Photo Library

Adventure guide in an ice cave under the Vatnajokull ice cap, Iceland. Vatnajokull (Vatna Glacier) is the largest and most voluminous ice cap in Iceland.

Inside a Small Brooklyn Townhouse with Major Style via @domainehome

Inside a Small Brooklyn Townhouse with Major Style

Inside a Small Brooklyn Townhouse with Major Style via Interior black door, rustic beams & fur

Old Icelandic Homily Book, c. 1200.  Iceland 13th century.  The spine has wound strips of skin which are a part of the stitching.  Photo: István Borbás/National Library of Sweden

Old Icelandic Homily Book, c. The spine has wound strips of skin which are a part of the stitching. Photo: István Borbás/National Library of Sweden

Photo: István Borbás/National Library of Sweden    Icelandic binding of wood, one cover of beech and the other of oak, with decorative carving, a leather spine and visible binding structure, 15th century.    Träband  Isländskt bokband i trä, en pärm av bok och en av ek, med inristad dekor med skinnrygg och synlig bandstruktur, 1400-talet.

Wooden binding Photo: István Borbás/National Library of Sweden Icelandic binding of wood, one cover of beech and the other of oak, with decorative carving, a leather spine and visible binding structure, century.

Old Icelandic Homily Book, c. 1200.  Iceland 13th century.  The spine has wound strips of skin which are a part of the stitching.  Photo: István Borbás/National Library of Sweden

Old Icelandic Homily Book, c. The spine has wound strips of skin which are a part of the stitching. Photo: István Borbás/National Library of Sweden

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