Icelandic folklore complements the rugged landscape of the remote West Fjords. With ethereal vistas, natural beauty and enchanting landscapes aplenty, there is something else that brings character to this region: myths, legends and witchcraft.
This week, host Aimee White (@aimeefw) speaks to Magnus Raffnson, co-founder of the Museum of Witchcraft and Sorcery, to find out how Iceland’s folklore and history of witchcraft is connected with this part of the country, and how it has improved tourism to the area.
Thanks to our producer Femi Oriogun-Williams of Reduced Listening (reducedlistening.co.uk).
Music Contributions by Glacier Quartet.
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