Well, that’s what I’m calling it anyway. It’s the square that is dedicated to the founder of Reykjavik, Ingólfur Arnarson. He was a viking who saw the smokey bay and named it after that steam.
Today you can still see the steam coming up from the ground.
It’s a nice open square. And there’s a pole dedicated to the founder.
Don’t ask me to translate, I don’t know Icelandic. But regardless, it look pretty cool.