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The museum is dedicated to the writer and Jesuit priest Jón Sveinsson "Nonni". The street is also a lovely place to take stroll and look at the beautiful houses from the late 1800s and early 1900s
There is a famous adventure about two boys in Iceland called Nonni and Manni. If you know their story, or are interested in how people lived around 1900, this is Nonni's actual house.
The Nonni´s House. Nonni's House was given in the year 2008 to the Akureyri municipality by the Zonta Club of Akureyri, who had owned and kept it since 1957. The museum is dedicated to the writer and Jesuit priest Jón Sveinsson "Nonni". The museum is open daily from 10–17 o’clock, from 1. June to 1…
Jón Sveinsson or Nonni as he was called, moved as a young boy from Akureyri to Germany. He became a Jesuit priest and a writer. His children books has been translated into 40 languages. This place is were he grew up with his family.
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“If you want fancy, upscale food, Rub23 is the place. Great for seafood and sushi.”
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“Open all year round, this magical house looks like it came straight from a book of fairy tales. Outside in the garden there are plenty of hidden things for you to find and enjoy! Upon entering the Christmas House you are greeted with the warmth of a log fire and the songs and the scents of the festive season. Even the toilet is something to see. Try to find the Santa's troll mother (Gryla) hidden in her cave. The Christmas House is a magical place to visit, all year round. A fun tour for all the family. ”
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“There is our old church build 1848 and it was in Svalbardsströnd until 1965”
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