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Solfar (Sun Voyager) Sculpture

Saebraut, Reykjavik, Iceland
+354 590 1550
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“viking ship” (268 reviews)
“nice sculpture” (215 reviews)
“sea front” (144 reviews)
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Saebraut, Reykjavik, Iceland
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+354 590 1550
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We loved this sculpture and it is very photogenic. There is always someone here since it is so mesmerizing.

Thank swat1544
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Lovely artwork!!! Its right in a scenic area for tons of pictures its right near the Harpa Concert Jall

Thank Godivacoco
Reviewed 2 days ago

Beautiful sculpture to take photos and enjoy the view. Lovely stroll along the sea front and then stop to admire the scenery and take photos of this sculpture, lots of people were climbing all over it and pouting for the photos, I guess it takes...More

Thank lala796
Reviewed 3 days ago

We were staying at thr Skuggi Hotel ant this is 2 blocks away Awsome scuplture Asyou can see from the photo it is a great place to see the harbor, cruise ships that come in and of course Harpa concert hall

Thank CAT1952
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

A nice walk along to front to this sculpture. Then caught the tour bus nearby and carried on exploring.

Thank Robert G
Reviewed 5 days ago

This is a must to go place, but nothing special. You can go just to say "I'm here" and take a picture. That's it. Anyway, the story behind the sculpure about viking people is quite interesting.

Thank gioave
Reviewed 5 days ago

If you have enough free time to spend after shopping in Sæbraut road, you can go and take a nice picture with this sculpture. Best time is sunset.

Thank Songpon D
Reviewed 6 days ago

We took a walk along the water and arrived here as the sun was setting. It created a lovely backdrop to the sculpture. I recommend the walk along the trail and a stop here to take in the views.

Thank cprofct
Reviewed 6 days ago

I think i would be okay if i didnt get to see this. It's smaller than I thought. If you were visiting the Harpa (a must), then maybe another 5-7 minute walk along the waterfront wouldnt be too bad. I saw it in the morning...More

Thank Grizel F
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a dramatic sculpture right on the waterfront that symbolizes the Icelandic connection to the sea and it's Viking heritage. and, as another reviewer mentioned, it is free. Reykjavic/Iceland is expensive, but there are many wonderful activities throughout the country that are free or...More

Thank Robert S
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Formiga
8 August 2017|
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Response from Fran G | Reviewed this property |
That´s not true. In December in Reykjavik you have at least 4 hours of light. You can go to the page timeanddate, and check there the sunrises and the sunsets. Hope it help you.
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noa723
3 January 2015|
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Response from Ólöf Anna J |
Hi Noa, You can buy the replica in Reykjavík Art Museum, Kjarvalsstaðir, Ásmundarsafn, Gallery Bakarí on Skólavörðustígur and in the flowershop Upplifun in Harpa by the harbour. Kind regards, Ólöf Anna
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