According to the introduction, the Royce River passes through the city of Ryusen and divides it into two parts. On the one hand, it is an old and simple city, on the other hand, it is a beautiful and dignified new city. But I really don't see the difference between the old city and the new city. I feel that the street buildings in my sight are quite historic. We mainly go sightseeing on the North Bank of Royce River, which is also the old urban area divided by region. It's a very nice view. I like the city very much.
Ryusen city itself is not large, the main scenic spots are basically scattered in the walkable area, the city retains many historical buildings with murals, statues, fountains and other medieval buildings, historical vicissitudes and unique natural landscape blend, giving Ryusen a unique charm.
The old city of Ryusen is well preserved. The medieval buildings and the wet murals on the walls are my favorite. Luer Square and Wine Square. If you are willing to spend 2 hours exploring the old city of Ryusen, the murals journey will be a very interesting activity. In addition to murals, there are many specialty shops, restaurants and delicacies in the old city, beside the Royce River, there will be a feeling of sudden openness when you walk out.
Statues and fountains in old urban areas. Virgo's arrogant white swan. Always covered with snow and ice, like a fairy tale of Ryusen. If you think about it, you can see the life they once lived. What a beautiful place. In the old city circle back to the Ryusen Lake, blue sky, white clouds, smoke, Lake water, you can not help but lay down any impurities in your heart, sigh at the geometry of life.
Switzerland, Lucerne. Old city of Ryusen. Narrow streets, old stone roads, mottled walls, interesting shops, restaurants, walking in the crowded streets, from time to time drift color, coffee fragrance. The open-air cafe was full of people. It's crowded and quiet here. Medieval architecture, noble temperament. The murals on the walls are colorful.
The old city of Lucerne still retains its Medieval flavor. Tall Gothic churches, stone-paved paths, take you back from reality to the Middle Ages in minutes. The old city is not big enough to walk to the Lion Monument, Capel Corridor Bridge, Hough Cathedral and other attractions. Walking around the old city is easy and pleasant.
We live in the old city of Ryusen, where there are many tourists during the day, but at night it is quiet. There are many lakeside cafes, restaurants and markets in the morning. We can feel the life of Swiss locals. At night, we can find a bar by the lake to sit and blow the wind, which makes us feel very Swiss.
The Old City of Ryusen is not a luxury city, but an elegant one. The yellowish walls on both sides of the street, the arched or sloping roofs, the window with decoration, the beautiful murals, faintly reveal the classical flavor. The old city of Ryusen retains many medieval buildings. The Capel Bridge crosses the quiet Royce River, walks in quiet streets and admires the ancient and quiet buildings on both sides. It's really pleasant to take a coffee break and enjoy the coming and coming tourists and the white swans playing with water.