Iceland’s most sacred site, Thingvellir is where the Althing – an open-air assembly that represented the whole of Iceland – was established in 930 and continued to meet until 1798. For two weeks a year, the assembly set laws and settled disputes announced by a speaker on the Law Rock.

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