Starting with the most famous of Icelandic waterfalls, the aptly named Gullfoss ('The Golden Waterfall') that belongs to the famous Golden Circle, Iceland is home for numerous gigantic waterfalls.
For a nation of only 330,000 people, there are more than 350 churches across Iceland, which leads some to think think that Icelanders are particularly religious. While 85% of Iceland's inhabitants are supposedly Christian, the country is considered the sixth-most atheistic nation globally.
The Icelandic horse, long-lived and hardy, is a breed of horse developed in Iceland. These are small and at times pony-sized. In addition, raising of livestock, sheep (the traditional mainstay) and cattle is the main occupation in Icelandic agriculture.