Singhville National Park is located near Reykjavik and is a great event for the Icelandic people. Singhville National Park is close to the Icelandic Rift Valley, a junction of the Eurasian and American plates, and a frequent destination for visitors to Iceland. The Singhville National Park is listed on the World Heritage List by UNESCO.
This National Park is located in two important positions. First, it is the meeting place of Iceland's democratic parliament, which is the earliest democratic parliament in the world. Second, it is located in the Icelandic Rift Valley, which is the boundary between the Eurasian plate and the American plate.
Singville National Park is a famous scenic spot in the Golden Circle. It is famous for the cracks in the park, which are said to be caused by plate movement. In addition, the park is actually very large, there are rivers, lakes, mountains, waterfalls, deep pools, churches and so on, just play for half a day is not enough. One of the most special is that you can also dive to touch the slate when the crust breaks. It's very meaningful, but it's very cold. You can think about it.
Singville National Park in Iceland is one of the famous scenic spots in the golden circle. When we went, it was cold winter, with a thick layer of ice, looking at the vast white sea of snow. Next time I want to wait for summer, I can see a lot of green stubble, different scenes and snorkeling. All in all, Singville National Park is a must-see attraction in Iceland's life, and the world cultural heritage is well-known.
Located at the edge of the Arctic Circle and affected by the North Atlantic Warm Current, climate-friendly fisheries are its main economic pillar. The only economic crop rich in geothermal resources is forage, which is the only land-visible staggered zone in the collision zone between the Eurasian plate and the Americas plate today.
Iceland is really a geological miracle: it lies below the Arctic Circle in the cold zone, but it is a volcanic island itself; it lies at the junction of the two geological plates, where the two plates of Asia, Europe and the Americas meet, and the mid-Atlantic ridge crosses. Singville National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the only part of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge that is exposed above the horizon in the world. If you come to Iceland, you must come here and experience the magic of traveling between two continents at the same time.
In the afternoon, the first stop is Singhweidley National Park, located more than 40 kilometers northeast of Reykjavik, which is a world cultural heritage. There are three points of view: one is the seat of the oldest parliament in the world, the other is the boundary between Europe and America, and the third is a geological rift called Silfra, which is like a beautiful scar on the earth. There is a common disadvantage of group tours. Every scenic spot has a short stay time, just like dragonfly spots. Even if you join a local group abroad, it is better to take a self-help tour if you have the conditions. Singhwedley National Park normally requires at least two hours of sightseeing. Unfortunately, it only lasts 50 minutes, so it's impossible to dig into the experience. Plus the God is not beautiful, so it does not seem so good to watch flowers on horseback.
Singville Geopark is a holy place in the hearts of Icelanders. In 1944, Iceland declared its independence at the site of the ancient parliament. Lake Singwaldra is Iceland's largest freshwater lake, also known as Lake Parliament. A large fissure runs through Eurasia and the Americas, and the scenery is staggering.
Iceland-Golden Circle, Snowmobiling, Northern Lights, a place where you can enjoy yourself all summer and winter, like to be here.
Singville National Park, also known as Parliament Old Site National Park, is the only national park certified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Iceland's largest natural lake, Lake Singwadra (& #222; hingvallavatn, also known as Parliament Lake), is also located in Singville National Park.
The Great Rift Valley in Singville National Park is the dividing line between the North American plate and the Eurasian plate. The lake is 100 meters clear. Now the crack is still separating at a rate of 2 centimeters per year. Here is a geothermal geyser.