Published April 7, 2016
Icelandic is spoken by around 330,000 people, primarily in the Nordic island nation of Iceland, where it is the only official language. An offshoot of Old Norse, Icelandic has been a literary language since at least the 12th century CE, when the earliest known texts were written. An Indo-European language of the Germanic family, it shares close similarities with Faroese, Norwegian, English, and 45 other languages. Read more on Wikipedia: http://bit.ly/20coOCN.