National Theater

The National Theatre of Iceland in , is the national theatre of Iceland. The theater, designed by Guðjón Samúelsson, was formally opened on April 20, 1950. Since 2020, the artistic director of The National Theatre is Magnús Geir Þórðarsson.

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Museum
, located in , Iceland, houses the world's largest display of penises and penile parts. is situated 260 metres northwest of National Theater. Photo: ThomasWF, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Museum
Safnahúsið, formerly Þjóðmenningarhúsið, is an exhibition space in , Iceland, which houses an exhibition, Points of View, drawn from various national museums and other cultural institutions. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Theatre
is a concert hall and conference centre in , . is situated 370 metres north of National Theater. Photo: Kasa Fue, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Government building
at Skólavörðustígur 9 in was a prison run by the Icelandic Prison Service. is situated 180 metres south of National Theater. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

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is the capital of and largest city in and with an urban area population of around 200,000, it is the home to two-thirds of Iceland's population. Photo: Ypsilon from Finland, CC0.

is a town in that is the country's second largest municipality by population. Photo: Axel Kristinsson, CC BY 2.0.

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is a multi-purpose stadium in , . is situated 8 km south of National Theater. Photo: SergejPassau, CC BY-SA 4.0.

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