Fjall, birthplace of Sölvi Helgason (1820–95) who called himself Sólon Íslandus. He was a well–known wanderer, and once spent time in prison in Copenhagen for passport fraud. Sölvi had artistic talents, was a skilled draughtsman, sketched and painted in water colours. He left many manuscripts with his stories and reflections. Davíð Stefánsson’s story Sólon Íslandus is based on Sölvi. A memorial to Sölvi at Lónkot.