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The Hidden Folk of Iceland.

It’s not that a majority of Icelandic people believe in elves per se, it’s more that they don’t not believe in them. When it comes to the Hidden Folk, it’s better to be safe than sorry.

A forbiddingly remote island left largely to its own devices for the better part of a millennium, Iceland has had plenty of time to create and evolve its own unique set of cultural traditions. A

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