A common sight on the internet
From Historyof Yesterday by Andrei Tapalaga
In the southern part of Iceland, there are a couple of small islands, most of them which are unpopulated, but one out of them all stands out.
The house was built in the 1930s by five families that permanently lived on the island, surviving by hunting birds and fishing.
The entire island is about 110 acres (0.4 squared km) and the only wildlife it houses is a nordic type of bird named puffin which is quite a delicacy.
The house does not have any electricity, nor running water, however, it has a complex system that collects rain which can be used for drinking or washing.
geo postion : 63.465278° N, 20.175000° W
There are many different misconceptions about this remote house and the island it is on.
This misconception actually started in the year 2000 when the contemporary Icelandic prime minister David Oddsson mentioned in one of his public speeches that he would allow Bjork to live for free on the island.
The island, as well as the house, is still used by hunters and fisherman, but anyone can go and visit the island for no cost and even live there for a couple of days, the only thing you need is a boat to get there and some provisions if you are not willing to hunt puffins.