The Hallgrímskirkja (don’t ask me to pronounce it) Church in Reykjavik, Iceland is the tallest building in the most northern capital city in the world. At 73 metres tall it gives stunning views of the city to people inside and outside the building. After 35 years of construction, the Lutheran Church was finally opened in 1986. With the design of the Hallgrímskirkja Church based on the basalt lava flow, something Iceland pride themselves on from their volcanic landscape. As well as the stunning architecture within the city of Reykjavik, there are also beautiful natural sites to see such as the Northern Lights and the Blue Lagoon. The natural phenomenon of the Northern Lights occurs only on a clear night when the Earth’s Magnetic Field pulls particles of light from the sun to create an image of dancing lights. As the cold country of Iceland is famous for its volcanoes, it is nice to get out of the cold and into the heat, especially when it is naturally heated from a geyser. Rumour has it in Iceland that by swimming in the Blue Lagoon, the naturally heated spa pool in Iceland, it will make you look 10 years younger!