Mt. Ingolfsfjall is a steep-sided eroded volcano in southern Iceland. It stands tall in the north above the town of Selfoss. Ingolfsfjall is a volcanic mountain, layered with lava, which was formed during the last Ice Age. It is named after Ingólfur Arnarson (first permanent Nordic settler of Iceland).
Iceland 1992, the Selfoss bridge over the river Ölfusá (built in the year 1891).
The Ingólfsfjall in the background.
The first bridge at Selfoss was built in the year 1891. It collapsed in 1944 and a new one was opened in the year 1946. The bridge is 132.25 metres long.