Flosagja

AHELENE

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The Flosagjá is a normal fault with a slightly marked rejection compared to the extension of the two rock compartments. Long a few hundred meters, it is oriented south-west-north-northeast. It is north of Þingvallavatn and east of Öxará in the bottom of the graben Thingvellir, cons below the Almannagjá, the most famous flaw of Thingvellir National Park. The Flosagjá is a very small component of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge in Iceland emerged as a rift. The clarity of the seepage of groundwater that drown the flaw over much of its length makes it a popular dive site. At its southern end, the Flosagjá splits into two branches, the Flosagjá itself and Nikulásargjá. The latter is crossed by a small pedestrian bridge that connects one of the car parks at Thingvellir attractions; this deck that overlooks the crystal clear water is a popular site for coin toss as in some fountains in the world tourist practice prohibited by the presence of plaques. This photo is taken from the small bridge.

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