Norwegian viking heritage sites

Norwegian viking heritage sites to explore

If you’re interested in viking culture and norse mythology there’s no better place to visit than Norway. The country is a natural part of Viking history and several heritage sites are still possible to visit today. So, if you want to walk in the footsteps of famous vikings Norway should …

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All About The Faroe Islands

The Faroe Islands is an autonomous territory under the Kingdom of Denmark, which makes it a part of Scandinavia. The North Atlantic archipelago is located in the North Atlantic having 18 small islands made up of tall mountains, narrow fjords, and cliffs. Positioned strategically between Europe and North America, the …

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Aalborg Epat Quick Guide

Aalborg is a city located in the northern part of the Jutland region of Denmark. Being among the oldest cities in Denmark, Aalborg is home to some of the treasures dating back to AD1000. The city has experienced a fair share of bad and good times. In the 1530s, Aalborg …

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All You Need to Know About Denmark

Denmark is one of the countries that form part of the northern European region known as Scandinavia. The country’s capital is known as Copenhagen. Denmark occupies the Jutland peninsula, extending northward from the center of continental western Europe with an archipelago of more than 400 islands to the east of the peninsula. More …

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Den Gyldne Okse – The Restaurant

There is nothing more exciting for a steak lover to eat steak in a historic building. Den Gyldne Okse is one of the best places in Viborg Denmark that undoubtedly offers one of the best steaks in the whole world. Regardless of the steak type you want, such as beef …

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The Scandinavian Languages – A Common History

Scandinavian languages, which are also called North Germanic languages belong to a group of Germanic languages known as the modern standard, which include Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Icelandic and Faroese. These languages are typically divided into two groups – the East Scandinavian of which are Danish and Swedish and West Scandinavian …

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