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Viking Hamar longhouse is considered to be one of the best-preserved Viking house ever found in Scotland. Viking House, Germanic Tribes, Military History, Historical Sites, Preserves, Vikings, Scotland, Places To Visit, Country Roads

Hamar Excavation: Best Preserved Viking Longhouse in Scotland

Viking Hamar longhouse is considered to be one of the best-preserved Viking house ever found in Scotland.

Buildings such as longhouses and turf houses were quite common in the Viking Age. And in the modern times, some of these houses are still with us. Viking longhouses are so unique that we can easily distinguish them at the first sign Viking House, Viking Age, Valhalla Viking, Norse People, Medieval Houses, Vegvisir, Ancient Vikings, Glass Floor, Old Wall

Scandinavian Viking Architecture: Longhouses, Boathouses, and Ritual Houses

Buildings such as longhouses and turf houses were quite common in the Viking Age. And in the modern times, some of these houses are still with us. Viking longhouses are so unique that we can easily distinguish them at the first sign

Hedeby (Old Norse Heiðabýr; German Haithabu) was an important stronghold in Viking Age Denmark from the centuries CE and, along with Birka in present-day Sweden, it was the most important Viking trading center in Europe. European History, Ancient History, Nasa History, National Geographic, Vikings, Viking House, Fire Hall, History Encyclopedia, Archaeology News

The Vikings Won the UNESCO Heritage Title for the Ancient Towns

The year of 2018 is so remarkable as two Viking ancient towns have won the UNESCO Title. They are the towns of Hedeby and Dannevirke.

We might know that the Vikings had festivals resembling Halloween. It is the Alfablot and the Disablot. The Vikings also celebrated a festival known as Yule. The Viking Yule celebration was similar to the modern Christmas. Samhain, Pagan Yule, Wiccan, Magick, Witchcraft, Norse Pagan, Loki, Thor, Lagertha

Viking Yule: How the Vikings Celebrate their Christmas

We might know that the Vikings had festivals resembling Halloween. It is the Alfablot and the Disablot. The Vikings also celebrated a festival known as Yule. The Viking Yule celebration was similar to the modern Christmas. In fact, customs and traditions from modern Christmas stem from the Yule celebration of the Vikings.

The Vikings settled down in their newly conquered land. They said farewell to the ancestral land but not farewell to the traditional living way. Check out to see Viking settlement in their conquered land. Viking House, Traditional House, Vikings, Arch, Woodworking, Houses, Cabin, Landscape, History

Viking Settlement: How the Vikings Settled Down in Conquered Land

Viking Settlement

Authentic Viking Jewelries, made of stainless steel, 925 sterling silver. Largest selection of high-quality Viking Necklaces, Viking Bracelets Viking House, Viking Life, Viking Art, Viking Woman, Dragons, Strange History, History Facts, Art History, Asian History

Viking House

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Viking House

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Viking LongHouse

Langhús or the longhouse was the common place for the Vikings to live. It was 5 to 7 meters wide (16 to 23 feet). A wealthy family could own a bigger longhouse ranging from 15 to 75 meters. There were many rooms inside and the Vikings divided them with walls or set of stones.