One of the most known landmarks in Reykjavik is Hallgrímskirkja. This Lutheran church stands almost 250 feet high and being on a hill is visible from many areas of the city. It took quite some time for the church to be built, 41 years, and was completed in 1986. The most photographed part of the church is the front, so I explored for a little different view of the church which I found on the opposite side. It was quite empty on this side of the church on a nice late summer day in the capitol city. As I photographed from here you can see some of the design elements noticeable in front blended more so with the building itself.