Heat Conservation In The Home

heat conservation in the home

heat conservation in the home
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HENDERSONVILLE — As the thermometer begins to drop and energy bills begin to soar, the time is right to consider how to avoid the gas and electric bill blues.
test PLEASE ANSWER and get 10 points whoever gets it right match these?

1. These Golden Falls are considered by far Europe’s most powerful waterfall
2. In 1974, this was declared a national conservation area, and since then it has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. This place received its name due to all of the gnats swarming in the area
3. This is a unique geothermal spa where guests relax in warm geothermal seawater
4. Some of the best and most important sagas took place here, and it is said that Christopher Columbus once spent a winter here. You can also see one of the most mysterious and popular glaciers here
5. This place was given the name “Steamy Bay” after the geothermal steam seen throughout the area, which today heats homes and outdoor swimming pools throughout the city, a pollution-free energy source that leaves the air outstandingly fresh, clean and clear

A. Akureyri
B. Blue Lagoon
C. Geysir
D. Gullfoss
E. Lake Myvatn
F. Reykjavik
G. Snaefelsnes Peninsula
H. Thingvellir

1. D) Gullfoss
http://www.imaginative-traveller.com/trips/UAIX/dossier
2. E) Lake Myvatn
http://www.imaginative-traveller.com/trips/UAIX/dossier
3. B) Blue Lagoon http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Lagoon_(geothermal_spa)
4. G) Snaefelsnes Peninsula
http://www.geographia.com/iceland/snaefellsnes.htm
5. F) Reykjavik
http://www.icelandtouristboard.com/reykjavik.html

The links after each answer show where you can verify the answers online. 🙂

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