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Viking Ship Museum

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Yvonne
Yvonne
October 12, 2019
Incredible view into how the Vikings migrated and moved around the arctic waters. To understand most of the other history I would suggest starting here.
Henrik
Henrik
October 07, 2019
Learn about Norway's viking history. Accessible by bus #30
Morten
Morten
July 16, 2019
Home to some Viking ships
Derek
Derek
June 26, 2019
Incredible view into how the Vikings migrated and moved around the arctic waters. To understand most of the other history I would suggest starting here.
Henrik
Henrik
June 08, 2019
Want to see a real Viking ship? this is the place to go!

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Ubicación
35 Huk Aveny
Oslo, Oslo 0287
Teléfono+47 22 13 52 80
Sitio webkhm.uio.no
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