I became interested in the current Parliament House after seeing the location of the former Parliament House in the 9th century (first stop of the Golden Circle Day-tour). Learning that the current Parliament House is located in Reykjavik, I was excited to visit it on my last day in the city.
I was disappointed to find out that it is not opened to the public. People I asked did not know which building it was (perhaps they're tourists too like me!) and there was no sign at the building which I presumed to be the current Parliament House.
Lesson learned: Don't waste your time finding or locating it since is it not opened to the public.
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