Tag: Denmark

Brand New Viking Age Ring Fortress Discovered In Denmark

In August, 2017, a group of archaeologists used laser technology to locate a well-shaped, circular ring fortification that dates back to the time of King Harald Bluetooth on the island of Zealand, Denmark. This is the first round citadel of its kind to be discovered on Danish soil since the mid 20th century onwards. Several…


A Brief History Of The City Of Aalborg, Denmark During The Viking Era

Aalborg (alternative Danish spelling ‘Ålborg’) is nowadays Denmark’s fourth largest city by means of total population and area as well as a noteworthy university centre in Northern Europe. The city lies close by the Limfjorden (a 110 miles-long strait in North Jutland) and almost halfway between the North and Baltic seas, which gives it a temperate…


20 Spectacular Natural Landscapes From The Nordic Countries

There are doubtlessly a lot of natural landscapes to discover and enjoy in Scandinavia and the Nordic countries in general. Below is depicted only a series of twenty such spectacular sceneries that you should see. The photographs will be displayed in the following geographic order: Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Sweden, and Norway. Thus, without further…


Wolves Returned To Denmark After More Than Two Centuries

A wild pack of at least five wolves was quite recently spotted wandering in Jutland, Denmark. This makes it the first of its kind on Danish soil in more than two centuries. The vast majority of the wolves from the pack could have arrived in the west of Jutland during late 2012. In the meantime,…


Danish Vikings Could Have Produced Their Own Wine Domestically

According to recent archaeological research on the Viking Age and Iron Age historical settlement at Lake Tissø on the island of Zealand, Denmark, the Danish Vikings may have well produced their own wine domestically. Previously, it was thought that wine was largely imported from southern Europe to Viking Age Denmark through bygone trading networks, but this…