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  Iceland
Iceland was first settled by Norwegianss and Celtic (Scottish and Irish) immigrants during the late 9th and 10th century.
Iceland remained independent for over 300 years, and was subsequently ruled by Norway and Denmark, formally as a Norwegian crown colony until 1814 when the united kingdoms of Denmark and Norway were separated by the treaty of Kiel, and Iceland was kept by Denmark as a dependency.
Iceland has many geysers (itself an Icelandic word) and the widespread availability of geothermal power means residents of most towns have hot water and home heat for a low price.
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 Iceland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The Republic of Iceland (Icelandic: Lýðveldið Ísland) is a borderless nation in the northern Atlantic Ocean, located between Greenland and Scotland, northwest of the Faroe Islands.
Iceland was first settled by Scandinavians, mainly Norwegians (Vikings), and Celtic (Scottish and Irish) immigrants during the late 9th and 10th century.
Iceland has a Coast Guard (Landhelgisgæslan) and a SWAT team which is called Víkingasveitin (Viking Squad) and is under the command of the Reykjavík chief of police.
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 Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : List of colleges and universities by country   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
This is a list of universities, colleges and other educational institutions providing higher education (meaning tertiary, quaternary or in some cases post-secondary education).
List of colleges and universities in the United States
List of colleges and universities in Puerto Rico
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 The Ultimate Iceland Dog Breeds Information Guide and Reference
Iceland remained one of the world's last larger islands uninhabited by humans, until it was first settled by Scandinavians, mainly Norwegians (Vikings), and Celtic (Scottish and Irish) immigrants during the late 9th and 10th century.
Iceland is located in the North Atlantic Ocean, a bit south of the arctic circle, which passes through the small island Grimsey off the north coast of Iceland, but not through Iceland itself.
Iceland has a Coast Guard (Landhelgisgæslan) and a SWAT team which is called Sérsveitin (Task Force), commonly known as Víkingasveitin (Viking Squad), and is under the command of the Reykjavík chief of police.
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 ipedia.com: Iceland Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Iceland is split up into 8 district court jurisdictions.
Iceland is located on a geological hot spot on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.
The language spoken is Icelandic, a Scandinavian language, and the religion is predominantly Lutheran.
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