Old whaling ships in Reyjavik harbour which have been tied up since 1989 when Iceland stopped whaling. The owner paints them every year in the hope that one day the ban will be lifted and Iceland will be able to hunt again. The crows-nests once used f...

Photo | September 1, 2003

Old whaling ships in Reyjavik harbour which have been tied up since 1989 when Iceland stopped whaling. The owner paints them every year in the hope that one day the ban will be lifted and Iceland will be able to hunt again. The crows-nests once used for hunting whales are a familiar symbol on the Reykjavik skyline, next to the quay where the whale watching ships depart.

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