We walked inland from the harbour and ended up at the Catholic Church. This lovely building was beautiful on the outside and serene and peaceful on the inside.
Stopped by here on the way back to the airport, very nice looking place from the outside, the inside is very stark and bare, but still very nice on its own. A nice statue of leaf erricssion out from.
Before the church Hallgrímskirkja (see previous tip), there is this statue dedicated to Leifur Eriksson, son of Erik the Red, who discovered Greenland around 1.000.
The organ in Hallgrim's church is a big one and worth a visit. It is build by a Dutch company and is the only decoration is a very beautiful but sober church.