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Islandia 2017 por Philippe Gloaguen

Titulo del libro: Islandia 2017

Autor: Philippe Gloaguen

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Iceland is defined as ?? Land of contrasts, extremes or ice and fire ??. In a few cases the unique character of a tourist destination can be affirmed with better arguments. Iceland is unique because it is a territory in formation (the island of Surtsey emerged of the ocean the last century) conditioned by the forces of the Nature. You could say that the Icelanders are seated on a magazine. Nobody is surprised that in the Middle Ages it was believed that the entrance to hell was in some of its volcanoes or that J. Verne located in one of them his Journey to the center of the Earth. With these clues, you can start to get an idea of what this island is like, the second largest in Europe, with 5,000 km of coastline and with only 332,000 inhabitants. The traveler who arrives in Iceland finds a landscape in which Nature expresses itself with all violence and immense beauty: aurora borealis, volcanoes, lava rivers, fumaroles, mud boilers, glaciers, lakes, waterfalls, fountains Thermal springs, geysers, black sand beaches, fjords? And what about the Icelanders? Descendants of Norwegian Vikings, tanned by the harshness of their territory and fishing on the high seas, have known how to make virtue of necessity and become one of the societies with the best standard of living in the world. In our guide you will find, in ... Iceland is defined as ?? Land of contrasts, extremes or ice and fire ?? In a few cases the unique character of a tourist destination can be affirmed with better arguments. Iceland is unique because it is a territory in formation (the island of Surtsey emerged from the ocean the last century) conditioned by the forces of the Nature. You could say that the Icelanders are seated on a magazine. Nobody is surprised that in the Middle Ages it was believed that the entrance to hell was in some of its volcanoes or that J. Verne located in one of them his Journey to the center of the Earth. With these clues, you can start to get an idea of what this island is like, the second largest in Europe, with 5,000 km of coastline and with only 332,000 inhabitants. The traveler who arrives in Iceland finds a landscape in which Nature expresses itself with all violence and immense beauty: aurora borealis, volcanoes, lava rivers, fumaroles, mud boilers, glaciers, lakes, waterfalls, fountains Thermal springs, geysers, Fjords And what about the Icelanders? Descendants of Norwegian Vikings, tanned by the harshness of their territory and fishing on the high seas, have known how to make virtue of necessity and become one of the societies with the best standard of living in the world. In our guide you will find, in ...