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Reykjavik Culture Safari on July 11th

Do you know where the museums, libraries, theatres, statues and the most interesting places are in Reykjavík? What is free of charge? What's on during the weekends? What's available for children, families and grown-ups? 

Multilingual Evening Walking Tour: Reykjavík Culture Safari, Thursday 11 July, 8 p.m.

The cultural life in the center of Reykjavík will be introduced in guided walking tours in English, Polish, Spanish, Thai and Filipino on Thursday 11th of July, at 8 p.m. The walk takes about an hour, after which all five groups meet at the Reykjavík Art Museum in Tryggvagata for a refreshment and an intercultural get-together with Thai dance and afrobeat music played by The Bangoura Band. The walk starts at Reykjavík City Library in Tryggvagata 15 at 8 p.m. and is free of charge. The program will end at 10 p.m.

No booking is needed. Everybody is welcome!

Reykjavík Culture Safarí is hosted by Reykjavík City Library, The Reykjavík Art Museum, The Reykjavík City Museum, the Reykjavík Museum of Photography and Reykjavík UNESCO City of Literature. The program is a part of a weekly program of Evening Walking Tours on Thursdays during the summer.

Information: www.facebook.com/kvoldgongur

 

Last modified on Tuesday, 09 July 2013 15:56

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