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miumiu4all wrote a review Aug 2020
Winter Garden, Florida610 contributions218 helpful votes
Beautiful park! We went in winter, so some areas were closed off but even in winter you can easily spend the day here. You can walk across the continental planes and there are many trails to explore.
Date of experience: December 2019
Lars B wrote a review Jul 2020
Odense, Fyn, Denmark165 contributions63 helpful votes
Very interesting area to experience. The visible continental plates and the walk from the exhibition centre to Oxarafoss is beautiful. Also to watch where the parliament met in old times under open sky. Tip: Spend the few money to see the exhibition in the visitor centre. Nice museum with great interactional communication. …
Date of experience: July 2020
Amanda Abirached wrote a review Jul 2020
Beirut, Lebanon136 contributions8 helpful votes
We went during winter so many of the roads were closed as the slow is very slippery. But the walk was nice. you can find it a bit tiring walking in snow.
Date of experience: February 2020
Paul Kontos wrote a review Jul 2020
Corfu, Greece23 contributions1 helpful vote
Despite the rain and strong winds, we actually enjoyed our walk around the area. If the weather wasn't so bad, we would have covered more ground, but we enjoyed it nonetheless!
Date of experience: November 2019
Vadim wrote a review May 2020
Murmansk, Russia17,510 contributions1,983 helpful votes
Thingvellir is the most accessible of the three UNESCO sites in Iceland. An unusual name means a field for a meeting. This is due to the significance of this place for the history of Iceland and Europe in General. The Icelandic Parliament, the Althing, met at this place. It is difficult to imagine here a meeting of the English Parliament headed by Mr. John bercow and his inimitable " Order!" My imagination is more like a collection of bearded Vikings. In any case, the priority of parliamentarism is for Icelanders. No less interesting is another hit Thingvellir-the place where the North American and Eurasian lithospheric plates diverge. Each year, the plates diverge by 2 cm. Is Iceland going to split in two? All groups follow the same scenic route from one Parking lot to another, so all the photos are similar to each other. We are talking of course only about organized tourists who arrived on buses like us.…
Date of experience: June 2019
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