What’s Music Got To Do With It?

Thursday, May 1, 2014
Kristín Viðarsdóttir

Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, has been a UNESCO City of Literature since August 2011. Not only is Reykjavik a literary city with deep roots in the art of the word, dating back to the country‘s settlement in the ninth century, but it’s also a cultural city in general, with a year-round calendar of festivals and events in all the arts. Reykjavik is known internationally for its vibrant music scene and design has also been on the rise as a new and exciting part of the creative industries. 

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