Our tour guide explaining the Pingvellir NP and its significance to the Icelandic people.
The Althing, the National Parliament of Iceland, was established at Pingvellir in 930, and held its sessions there until 1798. Pingvellir National Park was founded in 1930, marking the one-thousandth anniversary of the Althing. It was later expanded to protect natural phenomena in the surrounding area, and became a World Heritage Site in 2004.
The bus stops at the top of the fissure and you walk through it back to the bus. The North American and the Eurasian Tectonic Plates grind against each other right here in Iceland.
Pro photographer using the Reynisdrangar rock stacks for a backdrop.
Mike at the drying racks.
FLOWER HMONG AT THE SUNDAY MARKET
Giay ethnic people at the Sunday market
Young girls from the Flower Hmong at the Sunday market
Black Dao people at the Sunday market
Tay person at the Sunday market
young girl trying out some new clothes at the market
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