And now - KAFFE (Coffee) at Kaffestuggu, (Coffee parlour) in Røros, Norway.
Bergstaden Røros ( the mountain town) is a mining town with 333 years of mining history and is on Unesco's world heritage list. Fantastic charming town where the locals have done their utmost to keep the centuries old wooden buildings in good shape.
❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ The town is a tourist magnet and a tourist attraction, with great museums, lots of galleries and different handicrafts. In winter Rørosmartnan - the winter market- draws all kinds of tradesmen and guests, and like hundreds of years ago people travel to Røros with horses and sledges all the way from Sweden, a lot of the time on the huge lakes - on the thick ice of course!🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎 See @rorosmartnan and www.worldheritageroros.no #unesco#worldheritage#kulturarv
Perhaps the most unique landscape I’ve ever encountered was in Wood Buffalo National Park in Alberta/NWT. It is the largest national park in North America by area and the 2nd largest one in the world. Its landscape is an almost endless expanse of lakes, ponds, meadows, and stands of forest, all jumbled together.
Also, don’t forget to checkout my images over at @allianztravelus where I’m taking over their Instagram account this week.
⛈ Imminent summer storm, with thunders and lightning.
Cast me away from my A class office, under flowered linden tree by Siena's walls, bodyguard a little green 🦎.
With view to both le Crete Senesi and Montagnola.
Downtown, but so close to countryside... "I shall be bach!" 🌞 💪