Iceland is known for its active volcanoes and frequent volcanic activity. Iceland's volcanic activity is a result of its location on the boundary between the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates. These plates are slowly drifting apart, causing the Earth's crust to crack and allowing magma to rise to the surface, leading to volcanic eruptions. Iceland is home to numerous volcanoes, some of which are highly active, while others erupt less frequently. 

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