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|Aibus Industrie located in Hamburg-Finkenwerder, south of the river Elbe||07/29/2005||919|
|This is one of the places the Airbus is build in Europe and has is own airport in Hamburg-Finkenwerder.||07/16/2005||2,129|
|Bork Viking Harbour is an outdoor museum showing daily life in the viking aera. People walk around doing everyday life and sail in viking ships.|
Link vith infos and photos in danish:
|An Aero Spacelines Super Guppy parked at the Airbus facility in Hamburg Finkenwerder. In the early 1970s, four Super Guppies were used by Airbus Industrie to transport aeroplane parts from decentralised production facilities to the final assembly plant in Toulouse. The running joke was "Every Airbus is delivered on the wings of a Boeing!" They have since been replaced by the Airbus Beluga.||01/08/2006||826|
|Hamburg Fairground. Home of Internorga, WindEnergy, hanseboot etc.||08/09/2005||668|
|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||611|
|Home of Hamburg famous beer: Holsten and Astra. Now owned by Carlsberg from Denmark.||08/09/2005||587|
|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...