The largest quake to have hit the famous volcano since it stopped erupting in February last year.
The quake, measuring 4.2 on the Richter scale, occurred around midnight on April 7th.
Met office earthquakes specialist Martin Hensch told RÚV that there is no evidence of lava movements or of any eruption activity connected to the earthquakes, but that the situation will be monitored carefully.
Last year’s eruption at Bárðarbunga, often known as Holuhraun, “produced more new lava than almost any other eruption in Iceland since the Vikings first arrived.”
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