The Icelandic Prime Minister’s Official Summer Residence
To celebrate the 1000 year anniversary of Iceland’s parliament, Alþingi, this building was built for the festivities at Þingvellir in 1930. The building has served as the official summer residence of the Prime Minister since 1974. He doesn’t hang around there much for barbecues, but it is where foreign heads of states and official visitors typically have lunch with the Prime Minister.
Photo by Willum.

The Icelandic Prime Minister’s Official Summer Residence

To celebrate the 1000 year anniversary of Iceland’s parliament, Alþingi, this building was built for the festivities at Þingvellir in 1930. The building has served as the official summer residence of the Prime Minister since 1974. He doesn’t hang around there much for barbecues, but it is where foreign heads of states and official visitors typically have lunch with the Prime Minister.

Photo by Willum.

(Source: glevum-isca)