Tromso is the seventh largest city, boasting the most traditional wooden houses in Norway in their city center. These houses date from the late 18th century, built before the ban on constructing wooden houses within the city center. This city was often utilized as a starting point for Arctic expeditions, and a hub for local hunting.
This is the view from the cable car ride, although not a great photo...but a great view:
So the sun does not set tonight. At all. That is why this area is called the Land of the Midnight Sun. Can you imagine a sunless winter? No thank you!
Life is good, y'all!
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