Breiðabólsstaður, a church and parsonage, where lawspeaker Hafliði Másson lived about 1100. Under his supervision the Icelandic laws were first recorded in 1117. Monument. It was there that Bishop Jón Arason set up his printing–press about 1530. There are now only two books printed there extant: Passio and Guðspjallabók (“Book of gospels”), both of which have been published in fascimile.