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How to get around Iceland

2018-03-05 01:36:00

This article tells you how to go around Iceland


Oslo Cathedral (Norwegian Oslo Domkirke) is the official church of Norway in the Dutch Baroque style. The church is in the shape of a cross and has the oldest church bell still in use in Norway. It is the site of many national and royal events, including the lavish wedding of Prince Haakon of Norway and Princess Mette Margrethe, a modern-day Cinderella, and the commemoration of the bombing that shocked the world in 2011.


Modena city (Modena) is known as Italy's "food paradise", because its suburbs are the world luxury car Maserati, Ferrari and other brands or headquarters, so also has the "world car capital" reputation. The famous three tenors of the world, known as the "king of high C" Pavarotti was born here. Based on agriculture and industry, far from volcanic and seismic regions, and with a long history and cultural tradition, Modena was one of the important cities of the literary period. Solemn and mysterious buildings, the background of major events, make the city full of fascinating color, is the safest and most important tourist destination in Italy.


St. Thomas Church (Thomaskirche) is one of the largest churches in Leipzig, St. Thomas Church church was built in 1212, in 1496 was expanded into a Gothic style, during the World War II Leipzig was heavily bombed by the Allies, the damaged church was rebuilt after World War II. Today's St. Thomas Church, as the resting place of the great musician and "father of classical music" Bach, has become a pilgrimage place for many Western classical music lovers.


Kiev is located in central Ukraine, the Deniber River and its largest tributaries Pripyat River and the confluence of the Jezna River near, according to official research, Kiev was founded in 482 AD, is one of the ancient Slavic peoples of the culture, was the first Russian state of Kievan Rus, so there is the "mother of Russian city" title.


Bamberg, nicknamed Little Venice, became one of the world's cultural heritage cities in 1993. Founded in 1007 AD, Bamberg served as an imperial city and trading hub, and was the main city of the Upper Franco region. Bamberg is one of the largest and best preserved old town groups in Europe. This medieval city is a unique way to show a Central European city developed on the basis of medieval architecture. More than 1,000 years of history have left valuable historical relics and cultural relics for Bamberg. The perfect combination of many large architectural medieval churches and Baroque houses built in the 17th and 18th centuries constitutes a beautiful and complete history of medieval architecture.


The City Hall of Stockholm is regarded as the most beautiful building in Europe in the 20th century for its elegant and chic shape and gorgeously decorated interior. The building is located on the bank of Lake Malaren in the heart, and the main body is built of red brick. The top of the bell tower on the right is the golden crown of Denmark, Sweden and Norway, which symbolizes the former Kalmar Union, and is known as the symbol of Stockholm.