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Reykjavik, the northernmost capital in the world, is the center of Iceland's arts and culture scene, with museums, galleries, and a diverse dining and nightlife scene.

Reykjavik is home to several museums and galleries that showcase Iceland's rich history and contemporary art, including the National Museum of Iceland and Reykjavik Art Museum. The city's diverse dining scene offers restaurants featuring traditional Icelandic cuisine and international dishes, including seafood specialties. Reykjavik's nightlife scene caters to a range of preferences with bars, pubs, and nightclubs. The city is also known for preserving its historical landmarks like the Hallgrimskirkja church while embracing modern architecture like the Harpa Concert Hall.

Swimming pools and sea-bathing culture play a vital role in Iceland's lifestyle, offering a unique and refreshing way to experience the country's natural wonders. In Reykjavík and other major towns, there is a diverse range of swimming pools with various activities, such as water slides, hot tubs, cold pots, and saunas. Moreover, the luxury of geothermal heated water is increasingly being utilized in luxury spa settings, with the famous Blue Lagoon being one of the most popular attractions located not far from the capital area.

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