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10 Amazing Viking Sites in Norway for Fans of Vikings - These incredible sites are in one the world's most beautiful places. Rich with history and legends.

10 Amazing Viking Sites in Norway for Fans of Vikings

Norge ✈ 10 Amazing Viking Sites in Norway for Fans of Vikings - These incredible sites are in one the world's most beautiful places. Rich with history and legends.

Viking Sites in Norway | swords monument at Hafrsfjord Stavanger Norway

The land of my Viking friend! The three swords monument (Sverd i Fjell) at Hafrsfjord, Stavanger, Norway

Renndølsetra - Norway is a geographical rarity because its length from north to south gives it one of the greatest varieties of environments in a single country in Europe – from deciduous forests to arctic tundras. It should be a far colder and icier country than it is, but its temperatures are somewhat regulated by the relatively warm North Atlantic and Norwegian currents.

24+ Reasons Why Norway Should Be Your Next Travel Destination

The Gokstad ship, a Viking ship found in a burial mound at Gokstad farm in Sandar, Sandefjord, Vestfold, Norway.  The 9th C. ship was intended for warfare, trade, transportation of people and cargo.  At 76.2 ft long and 17.1 ft wide, built to carry 32 oarsmen, it is the largest of the remarkable three preserved at the Viking Ship Museum, Bygdøy, Oslo, Norway.

The Gokstad Viking ship found in a century burial mound at Gokstad farm in Norway is the largest of three ships preserved at the Viking Ship Museum, Bygdøy, Oslo, Norway.

The Viking Ship Museum houses three ships found in large burial mounds in the Oslo fjord region. The best-preserved Viking ships in existence, each contained a wealth of material, both decorative and utilitarian, dating back up to 1200 years.

The Viking Ship Museum, Norway houses three ships found in large burial mounds in the Oslo fjord region. The best-preserved Viking ships in existence, each contained a wealth of material, both decorative and utilitarian, dating back up to 1200 years.

20 Pics Of Fairy Tale Architecture From Norway | Architecture & Design

20 Pics Of Fairy Tale Architecture From Norway

900 year old church. Borgund Stave Church is a stave church located in Borgund, Lærdal, Norway. It is classified as a triple nave stave church of the so-called Sogn-type. This is also the best preserved of Norway's 28 extant stave churches.

Bronze Viking WOLF Head Pendant Necklace Celtic Pagan Jewelry Jewellery Borre Scandinavia Iceland Fenrir Fenri

Bronze Viking WOLF Head Pendant Necklace Celtic Pagan Jewelry Jewellery Borre Scandinavia Iceland Fenrir Fenri

Fenrir - the Viking Wolf. The fate of this mythological wolf is to fight with Odin during Ragnarök. Jewel is inspirated by the viking art style

Norwegian Stave Churches in Borgund built around 1180| henry peters photography

Norwegian Stave Churches

highly unusual ancient building in Scandinavia. "Stave Church in Norway, built in the late 1100's.  When the Vikings became Christians, they built Churches like this one, over 1,000 of them."

Borgund stave church located in Borgund, Norway is the best preserved of Norways 28 extant stave churches. This wooden church, probably built in the end of the century, has not changed structure or had a major reconstruction since the date it was built.

Trondheim, Norway, is of course historic, Trondheim was the ACTUAL capital of Norway. The city was founded by the Vikings in 997 (yes, that’s right kids, this city celebrated its THOUSAND YEAR anniversary in 1997), and served as the capital of Viking Norway up until 1217.

Travel Guide: Things to Do and Eat in Trondheim, Norway

folkthings:        Dragon heads on the bow of the viking ships were supposed to protect against the evil spirits of the sea.

Dragon heads on the bow of the viking ships were supposed to protect against the evil spirits of the sea. Whatever, it's art.

The highly unusual ancient building in Scandinavia. "Stave Church in Norway, built in the late 1100's.  When the Vikings became Christians, they built Churches like this one, over 1,000 of them."

The highly unusual building in Scandinavia. "Stave Church in Norway, built in the late When the Vikings became Christians, they built Churches like this one, over of them.

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