Sólfar (The Sun Voyager) is a sculpture along the sea by Sæbraut just southeast of the Harpa Hall and Conference Center. We had gone down to the sea to walk along the shore walk and came across this sculpture. It was made by Jón Gunnar Árnason and unveiled in 1990, after the artist's death. The metal sculpture is a dreamboat, symbolizing the voyage into undiscovered territory, and an ode to the sun. Its location right on the shore provides for some great photo opportunities. It's easy to get to, only takes a few minutes to see, and doesn't cost anything, so be sure to check it out if you're in Reykjavík.
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