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1 x 45 mins
This dramatic landscape is as dangerous as it is fascinating: glistening, white glacial tongues, lagoons covered with icebergs, bizarre green mountains of lava, snow-capped, volcanic cones, solidified streams of lava and imposing waterfalls never fail to overwhelm those who set their eyes on them for the first time. In 2018, the Icelanders declared the glaciers and their bordering areas a National Park, the biggest in Europe.
In this documentary, the TV crew encounters people that live, work or carry out research here: life complete with the dangers of fire and ice in the overwhelming landscape of the Vatnajökull National Park.