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Reviewed 2 days ago

Hofdi house in Reyjkavik is well known for the meeting that took place here in Oktober 1986 between US president Ronald Reagan and USSR president Michael Gorbatschow. The meeting eventually led to the implosion of the Soviet Union. The Art deco house has been build...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This building is famous as the meeting place between Presidents Ronald Reagan and Milhaul Gorbatsjov in 1986. The world continues to change but also stays so much the same. Visited on the same day that Trump met Putin!!

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Hofdi House was built in 1909 to be a residence of the French consul. After the war it became the home of the British embassy until the city bought the house. This is the location where Reagan and Gorbachev had a summit meeting here...More

Thank di v
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a significant building historically. The signs explain the events of peace talks. It would have been good to see the inside, but it was not open to the public. Still it was worth the time to visit the grounds and read the signs.

Thank Trudy M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It’s a cute house in the center of the city, appreciate the historical significance however we’re unsure what else to see or do at this place. I’d also question the need for parking your car and getting closer as we can take pictures while passing...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Nothing too remarkable about the place but it is a nice bit of history and if the wall could talk what did Reagan and Gorbachev say to each other in private? Nice enough house and easy to park outside.

Thank James S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

While the Reagan/Gorbachev summit in Rekyjavik was ultimately a failure, it was the first step which eventually led to the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Alone near the water, the house itself has interesting architectural features. Built for a French official and lived in by...More

Thank Terry M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Interesting architecture and even more interesting story of the people who once occupied it. The setting of the lone house with view of the ocean and waves behind it can take you back to another era. Worth the visit , convenently located in the city

Thank jul_TA
Reviewed 6 June 2018

The Hofdi House established its place in history when it hosted the summit between Reagan and Gorbachov, which lead to the massive downsizing of nuclear armaments, helping to make the world a safer place.

Thank kenneth T
Reviewed 29 May 2018

This is the place where the historic meeting between President Reagan and Premier Gobachev was held, ending the Cold War and renewing relations between our countries.

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