The First Viking Temple Built in 1,000 Years

The First Viking Temple Built in 1,000 Years In Denmark on the island of Fyn in a very small village called Korinth, has the first Ásatrú temple been built in 1,000 years. The temple has been built in a Nordic style with dragon heads just like they have on Norwegian stave churches, the temple is only made from wood and inside

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Huge Viking Treasure Found in Denmark

Huge Viking Treasure Found in Denmark The three Danish amateur archaeologists, Marie Aagaard Larsen and her husband Kristen Nedergaard Dreiøe and their common friend Poul Nørgaard Pedersen went for a treasure hunt on a warm summer day, to a field in Vejen municipality with their metal detectors. Vejen is in the region of southern Denmark on the Jutland peninsula. This

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