I find most of Iceland’s churches intriguing. Not that I am particularly into church architecture, but there is something very simple and sometimes bleak about the churches you see in Iceland. I mean this in a good way and I like the way they look. I like English churches for quite the opposite reason as they are so grand. But that’s a different post.
There is one church in Reykjavík that I can only ever see in the distance and it intrigues me. It’s called Áskirkja and it reminds me of things like spaceships and rabbits. It’s modern weirdness. I do wonder what it’s like on the inside – maybe really ornate and olde worlde?
Disclaimer: I’m sure the people that attend this church are perfectly normal, but maybe they haven’t noticed this isn’t the prettiest church in town.