Highlights of the Icelandic History and visit to the National Museum of Iceland the 9th of October 2012.
Please notice that the tour at 14.00 is full but if you sign in you will be register at 15.00.
Did you know that in our little peaceful Iceland there was a revolution in 1809 and a British soap merchant arrested the Danish Governor of Iceland?
Did you then know that there was an uneducated Danish adventurer that ruled Iceland as a "king" in the summer of 1809, declaring Iceland an independent country?
Did you know that Iceland was almost annexed to the British Empire?
Well if you did not know, don't worry - many Icelander don't even know! But now you have got the chance to learn about Iceland's history from the knowledgeable guides/historians at the National Museum of Iceland.
This event is free of charge for international students in universities in Iceland and their guest staff. There is a minimum of 25 participants so please register on the form below.
Registration: Registration deadline is Tuesday, October the 8th and is done at studyiniceland.is.
Cost: Free of charge
Time: 14:00 at the National Museum, if the will be more then 25 taht register the will be another group at 15.00.
Location: The National Museum of Iceland