The former site of the parliament building was built by Denmark from 1880 to 1881. The whole building is very simple and atmospheric. The dark brown brick structure is also very solemn. Now there are only the debate hall and a few small meeting rooms. use.
The site of this parliament building was built in the 1880s by Denmark. It is a two-story building with a dark brown brick structure, with a small garden on the front and back. Still pretty.
It's worth seeing. Although I didn't see anything at the old parliament site I wanted to see, I saw the volcanic lava, moss, and lubing flowers covering the old site... a special feeling.
As mentioned earlier, Þingvellir Þingvellir, the "National Park of Parliament Site", is the parliament land in Icelandic. The wooden observatory in Thingvellir was the place where people gathered to discuss national affairs. Behind the Icelandic flag flying next to it is a natural black stone wall. It also has a vivid Icelandic name-Lögberg, which means legal rock.
The wooden observatory in Thingvellir is the place where people gathered to discuss national affairs, and it is a place to be proud of Iceland!
The old parliament site, which was once the seat of the oldest parliament in the world, should not be missed by those interested in history.
Iceland's famous attractions, beautiful design, European culture, sculptures are also commendable.