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Monday 31 July 2017

Goodbye July in the village

31st July 2017

It is very hot here. Today was 35C degrees in the shadow. I was cycling one hour in the morning and another one in the afternoon. I visited my a small village. 

It is the last day of July so it means midst of summer holidays.

Have a great August.

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Sunday 30 July 2017

Vang church in Norway

30 Th July 2017

This is a church located in Norway. It dates back from 12th century.My friend took the photos while travelling there. What is interesting we have  Vang church in Poland Karpacz, too. Watch a short video in my previous post.

Vang Norwegian stave church in Karpacz, Poland

Saturday 29 July 2017

Nature in Norway

29th July 2017

Enjoy beautiful photos from Norway.

Have a peaceful Saturday

Friday 28 July 2017

Ystad in Sweden

28th July 2017

All photos took my friend while she was travelling in Sweden.

Ystad really is as attractive as it is portrayed in the films and television series, with its medieval, pastel-coloured half-timbered houses on cobblestone streets and sun-dappled squares.
The town also has a fascinating history, top-class museums and art galleries, 40 km of sandy beaches and gorgeous rolling Skåne countryside on its doorstep.  Some seaside towns have it all. 

Wednesday 26 July 2017

Fences around the world

Stavanger in Norway

Tuesday 25 July 2017

Bergen in Norway

25th July 2017

My friend Betty who is librarian visited Norway this month. she took a lot of photos and sent me some.Today  are photes from Bergen.

The gateway to the fjords

Bergen is Norway's second largest city, and lies clambering up the mountain sides, overlooking the sea, embracing you. You can roam through living history in this modern city, before continuing on to explore the wildest and loveliest fjords of Norway.
On a Norwegian scale, Bergen is a large city, but one with a small-town charm and atmosphere. Its passionately patriotic inhabitants are proud of their many-sided city and its history and cultural traditions. Many are only happy to direct visitors to their favourite local attraction, coffee-shop or restaurant.
Around 10 percent of the population in Bergen are students, which adds a fresh and youthful mood to the city’s vibe. Alongside its offerings of museums, art galleries, cultural events and dining opportunities, as well as the possibilities offered by its accessible sea and mountains, this contributes to making it a lively and vibrant city.
Founded more than 900 years ago, Bergen has roots to the Viking Age and beyond. As one of the main offices of the Hanseatic League, Bergen was for several hundred years the centre of prosperous trade between Norway and the rest of Europe. Bryggen, ("The Hanseatic Wharf") is the most obvious remnant from this time, and is today home to many of the city’s restaurants, pubs, craft shops and historical museums.
Bergen is famous for the seven mountains surrounding the city centre, the Hanseatic Wharf, the fish market, and one of Norway's biggest cultural events, the Bergen International Festival, which is held there each year.

In my opinion the photos are awesome.