The Strange Prohibition of Colder Climes

Iceland is known for its geothermal energy, much like that found in Djibouti, for its capricious volcanoes with names both unpronounceable and impossible to spell, but did you know that the country held the record for one of the longest and strangest prohibitions in the modern world? This year, Iceland is celebrating the thirtieth year since it legalized beer.

You can read more on The Reykjavik Grapevine.

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