Iceland gift store - Reykjavik
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Directions to Iceland gift store
Iceland gift store is located at Hafnarstræti 19 in downtown Reykjavik. As the name indicated the store focus on selling souvenirs and woolens to foreign tourists in Iceland. There is a good selection of souvenirs in all shapes and forms, from pens to wool sweaters.
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