To thank singer and activist Björk for her cultural contributions both in and out of the country, Iceland has given her an island. Elliðaey, as it’s called, is not just any island, though (read: a tropical wasteland somewhere), it’s genuinely a piece of mountain/crater hybrid off the southern coast of the country. The house sits at its center, the only way to get there is by rope, boat, or helicopter. It’s an overwhelmingly giant “thank you” card for putting the country on the map. Wonder if she ever decides to sell it so it can be on an episode Island Hunters?