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Jólahúsið

Several customs related to Christmas exist only in Iceland. The thirteen yule men are a case in point, as well as their parents, Grýla and Leppalúði. The family looks more like a group of trolls than the Santa Claus known to most children in the world. Jólahúsið will inform you of traditions like these, and more. The custom of Icelandic children to put their shoes in the bedroom window thirteen nights before Christmas is explained, as well as the story about the Christmas cat. According to folklore, every person who doesn't get a new piece of clothing for Christmas is supposed to be fed to the Christmas cat. At Jólahúsið, decorations from Germany, the USA and from Iceland can be bought all year round.

Gullsmiðja Hansínu Jens

Icelandic jewellery design is slowly gaining recognition for striking imagery and bold design. The work of Hansína Jensdóttir has become known for its bold finish and style. Hansína is both sculptor and goldsmith, and in her jewellery she uses combination of various metals, such as gold and steel. This conflict of unlike materials enhances the contrast in her work, which sometimes takes on the symbolic hues of ice and fire. In addition to metal Hansína uses Icelandic stones to add a further resplendence to her designs.

12 Tónar

12 Tónar is a popular name amongst the music aficionados for offering a wide range of music. Be it the old classics that you are looking for or the new trends, this store has something for every taste. Established in 1928, 12 Tónar has also been a famous record label and has won Shop Of The Year Award in 2006. This shop invites all music lovers to spend some time in its cozy interiors listening to their favorite CD and relishing refreshing beverages. Besides, the store is a popular venue for musical events and regularly hosts live music performances by talented artists.

Lucky Records

Lucky Records is where you will find one of the country's largest collections of vinyl records and CDs, alongside t-shirts, used DVDs and posters. The spacious store is filled to the brim with records featuring music of every genre, both new and old, and is best known for its Icelandic collection. While it is easy enough to find the latest releases, Lucky Records stocks an impressive selection of rare, vintage, used and limited edition records as well, making it a haven for true music lovers. Discover previously unheard of musicians, check out the latest releases and hang out with fellow music lovers over a cup of organic coffee at Lucky Records. There are plenty of listening stations and a jukebox at Lucky Records so that you can share your latest finds with fellow fans of audible art.

Dead

Dead is Jon Audarson's own clothing line. It is all about T-shirts with prints of skulls on it. Metallica and Placebo are its fans. If you are into rock-n-roll you might find very interesting stuff here. “He who fears death cannot enjoy life" is the Dead's philosophy. All the art carry this message; in essence though it can be lost on people not in the know. Iceland's rock bands, Mínus and Singapore Sling, both support the Dead concept, often sporting them on stage.

Aurum

An Icelandic lady-designer owns and runs this pretty little shop, Aurum. She sells only her own lines of jewelery and clothing. The design is excellent, modern and special, so this is the place to visit if you want to bring back something really unique from Iceland. Aurum is a place where beautiful things and rather reasonable prices go together.

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