15 July 2013


Inside Iceland's new spectacular piece of art at the shore in Reykavik - the concert hall Harpa.
The building of it was halted during the worst part of the financial crises, but with renewed optimism it is now completed and rises proudly as an exclamation mark behind the people's strength and surviving mentality.
Only the concert organ are not bought in yet so the place for that is empty - but ready. The city's grand concert organ is still the one in Hallgrímskirkja, and the recent cleaning the pipes of this costed several million Icelandic kroner.
But one day there will be raised money to an even finer organ in "the harp".

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