Icelandic farm building gets hotel conversion

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Iceland: A former silage tower on a farm in south-east Iceland has been converted in to a hotel on four floors.

Located in Klettar, in Gnúpverjahreppur, the tower has been redesigned by an architect and offers 360 degree views of the surrounding landscape.

The owner of the hotel, Ásgeir Eiríksson, intends to offer Chinese herbal medicine practices in the tower as well. "The energy here is very good," he said.


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