The Skeidara sandur, the sand and gravel plain on the south coast of Iceland. With its 1,300 km², Skeidararsandur is one of the largest sandy plains of alluvial origin. Stones and pebbles were carried away by meltwater and floods and ground into smaller pieces and eventually sand ... it is a very arid and desolate area where almost nothing grows and that for many kilometers. The devastating power of the melt water that flows here in huge masses can be seen from the remains of a bridge along the ring road number 1. In the distance you can see the mountains that indicate the old coastline of Iceland.
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