Iceland – Street Signs and Symbols

by Mark

It’s my first time outside of the US and Iceland feels familiar, but just slightly different. I know its weird taking pictures of ordinary things, however I found the signs and symbols of Reykjavik city the most striking. I also noticed that each district has their own sewer lid. One of our tour guides was an “Odd Fellow” and I wonder how many other Masonic symbols I missed during this trip.

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