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In addition to waterfalls, the South of Iceland tends to be inundated with tourists from around the world as many of the country's natural attractions are concentrated in the wet and misty south. For example, there's the glacial lagoon Jökulsárlón, the wide black-sanded glacially scoured plains before the largest icefield (Vatnajökull) outside the Arctic Circle, the Saga Trail, the narrow glacially carved alpine area of Þorsmork, the giant pair of sea arches at the southern tip known as Dyrhólaey, etc. With such a plethora of world class natural features, the possibilities are numerous, and it's no wonder why this area is so well-visited.
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