Today we are going to talk about a country where life looks like a utopia.
This country is called Iceland. It’s not as well-known as many other countries, but it deserves more serious attention – that’s why.
Iceland has 332,529 inhabitants. Here, everyone knows each other, so when leaving the house, it is not necessary to lock the door or take out the car key. Here, the parents leave the children in a wheelchair near the store and enter.
Ex-lovers remain good friends after divorce because all of their friends are mutual. There is no “McDonald’s” fast food in Iceland. The last of them was closed in 2008.
Icelanders love to read and are considered the most read people in the world.
When hiring here, no recommendation is required from the former employer, because here people trust each other, they will never verify the information mentioned.
Iceland is the only country in the world where people vote online.
This country is considered very conservative. Locals take marriage and family traditions very seriously. At the same time, however, they are tolerant and respectful of each other, which is why the legalization of same-sex marriage was accepted so calmly here.
There is no army in Iceland. If any of the citizens want to serve in the army, they can join the Norwegian army under the agreement between the two countries.
All schools and other educational institutions are free here.
There are no private hospitals in Iceland, as this is not necessary. Public hospitals provide high quality free medical services to the population.
This country uses a central heating system, but the important thing is that it is provided free of charge to residents.
Every year, Iceland is in the top 10 countries with the highest standard of living.
Iceland is such an amazing little country.