Viking Ship Museum, Oslo, Norway (have yet to go here)
interior hall of the Viking Ship House
A million Vikings still live among us
Almost one million Britons alive today are of Viking descent, despite the Norse…
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.
The Oseberg Ship, maybe burial of Queen Åsa Haraldsdottir, 834 A. - the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo, Norway
Blenda and the Women of Smaland. Blenda - Viking Woman Blenda is the heroine of a Swedish legend (Blendasägnen) from Småland. Blenda led the rural women of Värend in an attack on a pillaging Danish army and annihilated the invaders.
The Gokstad Viking ship. Little known fact: Norse ships began to use iron rivets…