From the viewing platform to the urban area, walk along the river to the central square of the city, and enjoy the architectural complex of the new German art style which was popular at the beginning of the last century. The sculptures around the square, the color huts reflected in the water and the German towers and fortresses seem to be the fairy tale kingdom of Swansburg, Bavaria, in southern Germany, which was visited only three months ago. Dusk falls and the lights begin to shine. At this time, the color of the sky is changeable, more dignified, more deep. Under the effect of photosynthesis in the sky, the old city seems to be back to its old form a century ago, much like a weathered old man telling the story of his youth.
According to a comment by one or four people, this restaurant was once a handcuff for the horse owner to use for meals, so the brightness of that restaurant can be imagined. I didn't recognize the blind cat who was booked in the "LP" Hotel calling for the city's landmark.
In Olesson free-range one day, walking around. Walking along the main street to the mountains, there are many shops on both sides to take pictures. There are many parking spots on both sides of the main street. It's very convenient to park. Many stores have tables and chairs, accompanied by shopping can be done, very human.
Olesson, a small Norwegian cultural city, is famous for its beautiful scenery and neo-artistic style. It is known as the gem of the Norwegian fjord, the Guerranean fjord, just around Olesson. Touring the Guerranean fjord, Olesson is the starting point. Olesson Main Street is not far from the sea, nor far from the Haidalude Wharf. Shopping and seeing the scenery.
It's worth visiting. It has beautiful scenery and is the preferred place for Nordic tours.
Olesson is a very clean and quiet city. It's very comfortable to walk on the old slate road in the street. Just when we arrived, it was sunny and windy. Walking along the street to see the drawing on the building was a good enjoyment. If you are hungry, you can find a delicious food on the street.
Trondheim, located at the junction of the Nide River and Trondheim Fjord, is Norway's third largest city with a population of 150,000. If the city is not what the official advertisement calls "the most perfect city in the world", at least its geographical location makes people feel very comfortable, its urban layout makes people feel very reasonable - "Business institutions and historical and cultural buildings constitute a prosperous, beautiful urban landscape in harmony, while those local industrial sectors are embellished in the suburbs of the city. Emerald green
The streets are still very clean and tidy. The buildings on both sides are beautiful.
After all, they are all new buildings and dynamic places after the twentieth century.