64.8402° N, 23.3607° W
Búðir is a small hamlet in the southern part of Snæfellsbær municipality at Snæfellsnes Peninsula. Surrounded by lava fields called Búðarhraun, this place has one of the most beautiful churches in Iceland and a hotel, but it’s otherwise uninhabited. The first Búðakirkja church was built in 1703 but was eventually deconstructed due to the area’s lack of parishioners. The current church was reconstructed in 1987 after a single member of the church lobbied to have the chapel brought back. It has a historic graveyard as well as relics such as a bell and chalice from the time the church was first erected. However, its pure black paint job and isolated location are the real attraction to the site. This black church apart from being one of the biggest attractions for photographers and tourists it’s also a very popular place for people from all over the world to get married there.