The popularity of Iceland tourism sector is growing day by day and this growing popularity is encouraging more and more people turn to this small country in northern Europe to spend your summer and winter . Also, do not forget to book tickets for cultural performances and art that take place in the summer season only. You can Through these programs be more near Iceland and language.
Because of its proximity to North America Iceland is very popular there. There are many in North America who speak the Icelandic language. In 1875, Icelanders arrived and Canada formed his first colony on the west shore of Lake Winnipeg "also called new Iceland." Several of these colonies were formed in Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. Since the nineteenth century, the purism of language was the national policy of the Government of Iceland. According to this policy, they decided that instead of using foreign words for new things that coining new words [neologism] or will revive the old words and use them after giving then new meanings. The Icelandic Language Committee is responsible for guiding the government and the public on issues of language based on an academic basis.