Skeggjastaðir, a church and parsonage. A little to the west is a strange rock, Stapi, rising straight out of the sea. The church was built in 1845, the pastor Rev. Hóseas Árna­son paying out of his own pocket for all the work, since both the bishop and the local people refused to help. The Provost at Hof in Vopna­fjörður, Rev. Gutt­orm­ur Þor­steins­­son, who owned Skoru­­víkur­fjörður on the Langanes peninsula, donated drift­wood for the building.