Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Harpa Hall on the Reykjavik Waterfront

Reykjavik's answer to the Sydney Opera House, it too was a boondoggle that stood unfinished through Iceland's financial crisis around 2007-2008 until it was finally opened in 2011.

It's spectacular by day and lit up in a variety of colors by night, generated by an App. We can enjoy the view in the distance from our hotel room window.

Today we walked up to it and took a peek inside.

A view of the ceiling from the main floor...

Do not, however, spend US $12 each on the 15-minute "360-degree" film. It was embarrassingly pathetic.

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