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Ofaerufoss is a highly beautiful waterfall in the volcanic chasm Eldgja in Southeast Iceland.

The Eldgja chasm, belongs to the same volcanic system as the famous Katla, which lies under the Myrdalsjokull icecap. Ofaerufoss is two-split and there used to be a natural bridge across the lower one, but it collapsed from natural causes in the early nineties.

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