- n. The capital of Iceland.
- n. the capital and chief port of Iceland on the southwestern coast of Iceland; buildings are heated by natural hot water
- From Icelandic Reykjavík ("bay of smokes"). (Wiktionary)
“REYKJAVIK (AFP) - Representatives of Iceland, Britain and the Netherlands met in Reykjavik this week to prepare further talks on a new repayment deal to cover the collapse of the”
“Iceland baulks at paying up on bank bailout REYKJAVIK: Iceland's President has refused to sign an unpopular bill to compensate Britain and The Netherlands over the failure of Icesave bank, triggering warnings that Reykjavik will be frozen out of the European Union.”
“REYKJAVIK (AFP) - In the windy capital of Reykjavik where two-thirds of Icelanders live, there's not a homeless person in sight and no telltale signs that the economy was brought to its knees six months ago.”
“REYKJAVIK (ANP / AFP) - In de IJslandse hoofdstad Reykjavik is woensdag de hoogste temperatuur ...”
“The Wall Street Journal appears to think that it is, indeed, just that and it will not be long before what they call Reykjavik on the Thames (that would be London, one of the largest financial centres in the world until the EU's financial directives and the determined vandalism of this government destroy it) will see the usefulness of being inside that big tent.”
“Another crucial outside actor - the IMF - is headed in Reykjavik by a former roommate of Haarde's (Brandeis in the 1970s), and still close friend.”
“Is there anyone in Reykjavik with a boat who can get @amandapalmer to Glasgow for her Saturday night gig? he wrote.”
“The largest cities are in Northwest Russia, and Reykjavik is the only national capital in the Arctic.”
“I have visited a strip club in Reykjavik and observed the women.”
“In 1972, he became an icon of the Cold War when he captured the world championship from Boris Spassky in Reykjavik, Iceland, while competing for what was then the largest purse ($250,000) offered in any sport outside boxing.”
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