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|This ship is/was used as a tour bout in Stockholm and was called Svea Viking.|
But on april 28th. 2007 at 4:30am it caught fire and burned down. May 25th. it was breaked up.
Originally it was build as a minelayer for the British Royal Navy in 1943, rebuild as a ferry in 1946. Since then and 1996 it sailed under various names in Norway and Sweden.
|One of the main tourist attractions in Roskilde is the Viking Ship Museum (Vikingeskibsmuseet). At the centre of its collection are the well-preserved remains of the five Skuldelev viking ships.||03/07/2007||536|
|At the end of th 1980th. archeologists found remains of a viking fort. It was measured to 125 meters in diameter and was constructed in the year around 980.|
It's similar to the forts allready found in Denmark: Trelleborg at Slagelse, Aggersborg at the Limfjorden, Fyrkat at Hobro and Nonnebakken in Odense.
1/4 of it today is visible and was rebuild the way experts ...
|These are the remains of the Viking sttlement with the famous church ruin from the year 1300.|
The Vikings came here around 950 and the village was abandonned around 1408.
|Brovold at todays Augustenborg was build at the end of the Viking aera. It was mostly cattles they sold here, but also craftsmen and other traders came here.|
It was build up as the viking city Haitabu near Schleswig, Germany.
It was given up by order by the Danish King (Canute VI or Valdemar II Sejr) between 1180 to 1220 and moved to a new place at a newly build f...
|In the Viking Ship Museum there are grave finds from Tune, Gokstad, Oseberg and Borre.||08/28/2005||370|
|The Ladby Viking Burial Ships is an attraction of international formate and so far this has been clearly indicated by the audience mixture. However, with the new exhibition wing the museum gets a unique possibility to tell the many stories connected to the grave and thereby it will also be a very attractive destination for the Danish audience. It is in acknowledgement to these possibilities tha...||11/03/2007||772|
|The old Viking Stadion in Stavanger; Norway.||01/14/2006||322|
|Lindholm Hoeje north of Aalborg is a gigantic viking burial place with grave sites formed as ships.|
|A replica of a Viking Long Ship in Ramsgate, England.||05/05/2009||825|
|A Mulberry Harbour was a type of temporary harbour developed in World War II to offload cargo on a beach during the Allied invasion of Normandy.||09/28/2005||604|
|The Phoenix breakwaters were a set of reinforced concrete caissons constructed by civil engineering contractors around the coast of Britain in World War II. They were collected and sunk at Dungeness, the Cant, and Pagham , and then towed across the English Channel to form the Mulberry harbour breakwaters together with the 'Gooseberry' block ships.|