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Great jang 2021-05-16 4:50

Hi Luciano
Until the early 18th and early 19th centuries, Iceland's birch forest was very large. However, the area of the forest has been greatly reduced due to excessive migration of outsiders..
Tree planting began in the 20th century to restore the forest, but the state before planting has not yet been restored. There are only 400 species of flowers, including birch, willow, and spruce, and the only native mammal is the arctic fox.
I wonder how Icelanders survived the long winter in the distant past. The window is a modern design, but is it over 50 to 100 years old? The harbor reflection on the windows is very clear and charming.



Passa un buon fine settimana.

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Old 05-16-2021, 07:25 PM
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I have no idea, maybe they used the warm waters coming from the subsoil ... thank you for the info and good week!
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