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WHERE IN THE WORLD CAN YOU SWIM BETWEEN TWO TECTONIC PLATES?
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[STC003610] The Silfra fissure is a break in the crust that can be found between the tectonic plates that make up the continents of North America and Eurasia. The fissure can be seen from the surface of the water in Thingvellir Lake, which is situated in southern Iceland. As a result of the existence of the tectonic plates as well as the clear, deep water that provides great diving conditions, it is a well-known destination for scuba divers. Divers are currently able to place their hands on each plate, but this ability will soon be lost because the plates are moving apart at a rate of 2 centimeters per year.