Here is the old town of Kristiansund. You can see unique and beautiful seaside buildings. It is also the least damaged part of Kristiansund in World War II. There is a bridge connected to Kirkland Island. The island continues the style of the entire city of Kristiansund-deserted. If you have seen small towns in southern Europe, you will feel that the people of Northern Europe are too "sexually cold" and everything is quite satisfactory, so occasionally one Buildings with bright colors or strange shapes will become "features."
Travel must experience, feel the pure Nordic cold wind. My girlfriend and I have been to too many prestigious places, and now I like to go to some relatively small attractions. For example, this time we came to the old city. This old city is very close to the sea, and every building is related to the sea, which is unique that we have never seen before. Because this place is relatively small and few people know it, my best friend and I have found very few guides on the Internet. So we both found a local resident and asked him to explain to us. After his explanation, my best friend and I knew that there were many buildings that have been preserved since the Second World War. Not only did we witness The beauty has also been witnessed. There is a bridge in that city, which connects to another island. Due to time constraints, my best friend and I did not board the island to see the scenery there. The buildings in the whole city are very popular nowadays. Wearing a brightly colored dress, taking pictures here is very distinctive. Practical TIPS: 1. July and August are especially suitable for traveling here. 2. The scenic spot will be open 24 hours a day. Address: Innlandet, 6507 Kristiansund
It is the old town of Kristiansund, where you can see unique and beautiful seaside buildings.
This is a quiet and cold town. When you come to this place different from Inland Bay, you will feel very comfortable and peaceful!