Our main purpose for visiting the cathedral was to take the lift to the observation tower at the top of the seventy-three metre tall tower. It cost 700 krona (about £3) and it was worth every one because from the top there were glorious uninterrupted views in all directions, to the sea in the west, the glaciers in the north, the islands in the south and the ragged coastline to the east and we stayed at the top for several minutes enjoying the views.
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love this, Andrew!
Sounds like my kind of place!
Hull’s Twin Town
Lavish architecture. Sounds you DID get your money’s worth.
Gorgeous. I love the angle you have chosen in that first one. Very creative.
Very nice! Thanks for the visit to my site and the like of my “Dialogue” post.
Ah, that first photo brings back some memories! I remember being at the top of it on a very chilly day while trying to take as many photos as I could before my hands got too cold. 🙂
I was lucky, it was an unusually warm October day!