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Scandinavian literature
16.05.2019
Scandinavian literature
We can safely say that the Scandinavian literature takes its roots from the Old Icelandic literature. Long years vikings travelled from country to...
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Yule
17.05.2019
Yule
Yule or Winter Solstice (around 21 of December) is an old Germanic Midwinter celebration. Its name comes from the Old Norse language and means...
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Ostara
17.05.2019
Ostara
Ostara, also known as the Spring Equinox and the Vernal Equinox usually celebrated around 21 of March. Ostara, Eostre or Eastre also is the...
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The Aesir
18.05.2019
The Aesir
The Aesir - is the group of Gods in Scandinavian mythology with the Supreme God Odin in a head. They lived, loved, suffered, fighted felt...
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Odin
20.05.2019
Odin
Odin or Wodan, the All-father, the Supreme God in Scandinavian mythology, the son of Bor and Bestla. Odin is is associated with healing, death,...
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The best viking museums in Scandinavia
23.05.2019
The best viking museums in Scandinavia
Viking Ship Museum in Oslo At the Bygdøy peninsula, approximately in 10 minutes from the city center of Oslo you can...
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Baldr
24.05.2019
Baldr
Baldr is the most handsome god among Aesir. He is the god of joy, light, purity and summer sun. Baldr is the son of Odin and Frigg, younger...
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Waluburgis Night
27.05.2019
Waluburgis Night
Waluburgis Night or May Eve is the old Germanic holiday celebrated at night between 30th of April and 1st of May. It is one of the main holidays...
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Midsummer
30.05.2019
Midsummer
Every year around 21st of June in Northern semisphere people celebrate Midsummer. The traditions of celebration are found in all Germanic...
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Viking kings you should know about (Part 1)
07.06.2019
Viking kings you should know about (Part 1)
Vikings were really strong, powerful and brave people. No wonder that nowadays we read great conquest and explore stories, share wise thoughts...
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