Iceland – an amazing, fantastic country, which attracts thousands of tourists. It can offer adventure tourism, and an exciting journey, the beauty of nature.
Impressions overwhelm a small island, lost in the deep waters of the Atlantic ocean. This is a special place which will serve as worthy additions to the already bright memories for tourists of the island. This is perhaps the most ideal place for the introvert.
So on the third largest island called Ellida located a lone house surrounded by a wide green field that ends up with a steep coastline. Famous this place thanks to an extraordinarily beautiful species.
House as a lone beacon welcomes travelers, luring them to enjoy a quiet and peaceful atmosphere, lost in the silent wilderness, on the ocean.
Him for many years and, as expected, around him many fictional stories and legends. He became a hidden refuge for a mysterious millionaire, he was given the ownership of the singer björk.
But in fact, as the story goes, 3 of the 5 centuries ago, the Icelandic families have chosen this remote place for your stay. They decided to create their own little closed community, earning a living fishing, raising cattle and hunting of birds-puffins.
So several generations of these families were able to survive for about two centuries, but in the end, life became harder and harder to 1930-m to years the island was abandoned by its last residents in choosing life on the mainland.
In fact, the hut is a shelter for members of the local Association of hunters, who come to the island to prey on petrels.
Since 1950-ies Ellingyey Hunting Association decided to resume on a deserted island and hunting for puffins and to this end has been rebuilt house, called Bol, which serves for the accommodation of members of the Association during the season of hunting birds and collecting their eggs.
Climb to the island with a rope ladder on the lowest Eastern part, and from the mainland can be reached by boat. The only company on the island will be a few head of cattle and thousands of sea birds that use the local cliffs for nesting. Isn’t that the perfect place to drift away for a few days from the outside world?
Recall how the guy turned an ordinary hill into a fabulous home. Outdoor living space looks like an ordinary hill, but inside this chic apartment.
As reported by the portal “Znayu” the Faroe Islands has become a real haven for the Vikings. Today, their descendants honor the tradition, live around the only city, and believe sincerely that the archipelago of 18 Islands were once part of the legendary Atlantis.
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