The farmstead at Keldur in Rangárvellir dates from the earliest times. Although
much modified over the years, a longhouse has survived which dates back to the Middle Ages
and is thus the oldest building in Iceland. The farm was occupied until 1946. There has been a
church here since the 12th century. In the 13th century, Keldur was home to Steinvör Sighvatsdóttir,
much respected in the community and given authority to arbitrate in local disputes.
Camera: Nikon D2X | Lens: 17-55mm | Exposure: 1/500s | Aperture: F/11 | ISO 200