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Typical Icelandic Hot Dog
Photo of Icelandic Hot Dog from vendor in downtown Reykjavik, Iceland.
|Photo Specific Links:||Hot Dog Variations at Wikipedia|
| ||from site: This is a listing of regional variations on the hot dog. Different areas of the world have local variations on the type of meat used, condiments and means of preparation|
| ||Icelandic Hotdogs at whygoiceland.com|
| ||from site: Icelanders are nearly fanatical about their hot dogs, and once you taste one, it’s easy to see why. The hot dogs are made mostly with lamb (and sometimes with a little pork) and traditionally topped with mustard, ketchup, fried onion, raw onion and remolaði, a mayonnaise-based sauce with sweet relish. And in a country known for being exorbitantly expensive, they are a delightfully low cost way to fill up and try a local specialty.|
Skolavordustigur Street Reykjavic - Hallgrims Church visible
View of Hallgrims Church up the hill of the street Skolavordustigur. Located in Reykjavik Iceland.
Landakotskirkja (The Landakot Church) - Reykjavik Iceland
Landakotskirkja (The Landakot Church) in Reykjavik Iceland. Often referred to as Kristskirkja (Christ's Church), is the Catholic cathedral of Iceland
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