Remains Of Thousand-Year-Old Viking Hall Found In Denmark, Museum Says


At a glance

  • “This is the largest Viking Age find of this nature in more than ten years, and we have not seen anything like it before here in North Jutland, even though it has only been partially excavated,” Knudsen, who is the excavation leader for the museum, said in the press release.
  • Knudsen believes that the hall was once a “prestigious building” that could have been used for political meetings and Viking guilds.
  • The hall is 130 feet long and 33 feet wide, according to the museum.

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