The town of Neskaupstaður is the easternmost town in Iceland, located in a small fjord, Norðfjörður.  Originally it was a farm called Nes and mentioned in the book of settlement.  Settled by a Viking named Egill the Red in the 9th century.  Geographically Norðfjörður is conveniently protected by all-embracing high mountains.  Throughout history, this made communication difficult, and the villag

Neskaupstaður is a small town in the Eastern Region in Iceland