Reykjavik


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Rey·kja·vík

 (rā′kyə-vēk′, -vĭk′)
The capital and largest city of Iceland, in the southwest part of the island. Traditionally founded in 874, it became capital of the country in 1918 after Denmark recognized Iceland's sovereignty.
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Reykjavik

(ˈreɪkjəˌviːk)
n
(Placename) the capital and chief port of Iceland, situated in the southwest: its buildings are heated by natural hot water. Pop: 112 490 (2003 est)
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Rey•kja•vik

(ˈreɪ kyə vɪk, -ˌvik)

n.
the capital of Iceland, on the SW coast. 93,245.
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Noun1.Reykjavik - the capital and chief port of Iceland on the southwestern coast of IcelandReykjavik - the capital and chief port of Iceland on the southwestern coast of Iceland; buildings are heated by natural hot water
Iceland, Republic of Iceland - an island republic on the island of Iceland; became independent of Denmark in 1944
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Translations
ريكيافيك
Reykjavík
Reykjavík
Reykjavík
レイキャビク

Reykjavik

[ˈreɪkjəviːk] NReykjavik m
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Reykjavik

[ˈreɪkjəvɪk] nReykjavik
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Reykjavik

[ˈreɪkjəˌvɪk] nReykjavik f
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Based in Reykjavik, deCODE utilizes Iceland's unique genealogical resources to conduct population-wide DNA linkage analyses to identify the inherited causes of common diseases.
(The brilliant new black comedy film 101 Reykjavik gives you the visual flavour, although most times the place is a little quieter; go and see it, get intrigued, and book a weekend.) Approximately as big as Ireland, it has 280,000 people, about the same as the city of Leicester.
Inventively inserted into an old harbourside warehouse, this new art museum creates an important cultural and social focus for Reykjavik.
"We have learned that the descriptions from older times, which we found close to unbelievable, are probably quite correct," says Oddur Sigurdsson of the National Energy Authority in Reykjavik.
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Blue Lagoon spa with roundtrip transport from Reykjavik
British Airways has said that it is planning to launch new routes from London City Airport to three European capitals: Paris, Prague and Reykjavik, in October.
That Monday night, they beat KR Reykjavik 5-0, setting up what was to be an 11-1 aggregate victory in the preliminary round of the European Cup.
BROADWAY Travel (broadwaytravel.com, 0800 011 4621) offers three nights B&B at the Hotel Klettur in Reykjavik from PS299 per person (two sharing) - saving more than 45%.
REYKJAVIK THREE nights at the Hilton Reykjavik Nordica costs from PS468 per person, based on two people sharing a double room departing on February 26.