Some of the graffiti on display in Reykjavik.
I was surprised by how many buildings have graffiti on them. I was told as long as the 'art' is not vulgar or insulting they don't cover it up.
The main shopping street in Reykjavik is Laugavegur St. Most of it is pedestrian only.
Skolavodustigur St. Just off Laugavegur St. it leads to the Hallgrimskirkja Church.
I would cover this crap up. Not 'art' IMO.
Lundinn Souvenir shop. There are numerous ones in downtown Reykjavik. I got my things here.
Street art. At least this one is pleasant to look at.
Statue of Jon Sigurosson, 1811-1879. He is considered the leader of Icelandic independence and his birthday, June 17th is Iceland's National Holiday.
Skolavodustigur St. is full of art galleries, souvenir shops and restaurants.
Perfect weather to see the World Famous Corn Palace. It was first built in 1892 to publicize farming in SD. It is a multi-purpose facility and hosts sports, concerts, exhibits, community events. It was rebuilt once again in 1921 using Russian onion domes and Moorish minarets.
A generic rocker on the side panel. The exterior corn murals are replaced and redesigned each year with a new theme using corn and other grains. It costs $130K to decorate the exterior each year. In the background is one of the new domes that were added last tear.
Will Nelson is featured on the side panel of the Corn Palace. Over 200,000 visitors tour the Corn Palace each year.
Walking the streets of Mitchell.
Walking the streets around the Corn Palace.
Cornelius was added to the streets of Mitchell in 2009. Thousands of selfies are taken with Cornelius each year.
View of Historic Main St.
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