Īsland

īġrīce ofer norþenam Europan
For ōðrum brȳcum, sēo Īsland (scīrung).

Īsland is īegþēod in þǣm norðernan Westsǣ, geseted betwēonan Grēnelande be westen him and þǣre Faroiscum Īegum be sūþēastan þissum lande. Se ðēodgereord se hēt Īslendisc is gamel tung gelic Ealdnorðisc.

Īsland sēo Cynewīse
Ísland
Īslandes fana
Īslandes rīces geatwe
Īslandes fana
Īslandes rīces geatwe

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Lēodƿeard Cynewīse
Hēafodstōl Rēcwīc
Foresittend Guðni Th. Jóhannesson
Forma Þegn Katrín Jakobsdóttir
Brādnes
• gerīm

102,775 km²[1] km2
Menniscu
• hēafodgerīm
• þiccnes

360,390[2] būenda
3.4 būend/km² būend/km2
GDP
• getæl
 
27 mld USD[3]
HDI 0.899
Gelēafan Crīstendōm
Feoh Īslandisc króna (ISK)
Tīdgyrdel Eallic tīd +0
Ƿebbnamena tægl .is
Sprecungrīm +354
Wægnplatung IS
Logo Wikimedia Commons Īsland Commons

StǣrĀdihtan

Hēafodgeƿrit: Īslandes stǣr

Īsland ƿearþ first gesetled fram Scedelandsǣtum, mǣst fram Norþmannum, and mid Īriscum and Scyttiscum þēowas in þǣm late 9. and þǣm 10. gearhund. Þisses folcess witenagemōt, se hēt Alþing, wæs gestaðoled in 930.

FrumanĀdihtan

  1. Ísland er minna en talið var (is). RÚV (26 February 2015). Begieten on 10 March 2015.
  2. Estimate given for 30 June 2019.
    The population increased by 1,610 in the second quarter of 2019 (en). Statistics Iceland (29 July 2019). Begieten on 29 July 2019.
  3. Iceland. International Monetary Fund.

Ūtanwearde bendasĀdihtan

Land on Europan
AlbaniaAndorraAzerbaijan1BelgiceBosnia and HerzegofinaCeclandCipros2CrecalandCroatiaDenemearcĒastrīceEstlandFaticanburg (Pāpseld) • FinnlandFranclandGeāned CynerīceHƿītrusslandĪrlandĪslandItaliaLetseburgLettlandLēohtenstānLiþþuaniaMelitaMoldofaMonacoNiðerlandNorþmæcedoniaNorþƿegPolalandPortugalPulgaralandRumǣniaRussland1San MarinoScearpbeorgasSerbiaSlofaciaSlofeniaSpēonlandSƿeartbeorgSƿēolandSƿisslandTyrcland1ÞēodsclandUcrægnaUngerland
Selfrīcsiendlica landbūnessa: Ēalendisca ĪegaAcrotiri and Ðecelia2CalpisCēsarēaFaroisca ĪegaGuernseyIan MagenManīeg
1. Þēod dǣllīce on Asie. 2. Geƿunelīce gesett tō Asie be eorþmetunge, ac nāþȳlǣs oft gedēmed sƿā Europisc for þēaƿe and stǣrlicum racum.