Djupivogur is a small town and municipality placed on a peninsula inside the Austurland in eastern Iceland, near the island of Papey and at the fjord Berufjorour. The municipality became fashioned by way of the merger of rural groups Berunes, Buland, and Geithellur on October 1, 1992. The coastline consists of three fjords Berufjordur, Hamarsfjorour, and Alftafjordur. The town of Djupivogur is placed on a peninsula among Berufjordur and Hamarsfjordur.
Approximately 900 m west of the metropolis is a work of artwork named Eggin i Gledivik The Eggs of Merry Bay with the aid of Sigurdur Gudmundsson. The paintings is a duplicate of the eggs of 34 nesting birds in the area, and changed into established within the summer time of 2009. By the early 19th century, Djupivogur changed into 'a tiny port with a Danish colonial trading base'. Hans Jonatan, who had been a slave in Copenhagen, escaped there and became one in all Iceland's first humans of colour. Djúpivogur is the first and handiest Cittaslow city in Iceland. Cittaslow's goals include improving the exceptional of lifestyles in towns through slowing down its typical tempo, specially in a city's use of areas and the go with the flow of lifestyles and site visitors thru them.