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I recorded this video on Sept.. 8, 2013 in Oslo, Norway at the Viking Ship Museum. In the Museum are three of the worlds most well preserved Viking Ships. One of the ships, the Oseberg Ship, when discovered and excavated, contained many artifacts, along with the bodies of 2 Viking age women. The burial occurred in the year 834!
Live broadcasting from the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo, Norway, where Ellen tells us about the ships and Viking history. Dedicated to the promising students of Ste. Genevieve, MO, who are up at 8 in the morning to watch the show.
Vikings at the Viking Ship Museum Oslo Video - A quick look at the Vikings and the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo. Planning a visit to Oslo, a trip to Oslo's Viking Ship Museum is almost mandatory. And Rightly so. The history of the Vikings and their Viking Ships is something that fascinates many of us. Not just because of the reputation the Vikings had as fierce warriors and pillagers, but also because of the Wide travels these fascinating Vikings made. The Viking Ships displayed in the Viking Skip Huset (the Viking Ships House directly translated, which the Viking Ship Museum is also called in Norwegian) is called the Oseberg Viking Ship, Gokstad Viking Ship and Thune VikingShip. These Vikings Ships are thought to be the best preserved Viking Ships to ever be recovered. But unfortunately the...
The proud spirit of the Norwegian people shines in every dimension of their capital city — from its once-fearsome Viking ships to its sleek new Opera House, from a fun folk museum that keeps traditions alive to the constant festival of its thriving harborfront. Connecting with the culture, we enjoy art — from Vigeland's statues to Munch's scream — and join local friends for a boat ride on their fjord. © 2010 Rick Steves' Europe
Musée des navires vikings d'Oslo Le Musée des navires vikings (en norvégien Vikingskipshuset - La maison des navires viking) se trouve à Bygdøy, une péninsule à l'ouest de la ville d'Oslo en Norvège. Il fait partie du musée historique de l'Université d'Oslo, et abrite essentiellement les navires vikings trouvés à Tune, Gokstad, et Oseberg. On peut y voir diverses autres pièces, dont un chariot viking et des découvertes faites au cimetière de Borre. Dans la même zone, sur la péninsule de Bygdøy, il est également possible de visiter le musée du Kon-Tiki, le musée folklorique norvégien, le musée du Fram et le musée de la marine.
Oslo's popular Viking Ship Museum (Vikingskipshuset) at Bygdøy serves as the dock for three original Viking ships and features other objects that were found in the excavations. Visit Oslo and learn more about the Vikings and their culture! http://www.visitoslo.com/en/articles/visit-the-vikings
The main attractions at the Viking Ship Museum are the Oseberg ship, Gokstad ship and Tune ship. Additionally, the Viking Age display includes sledges, beds, a horse cart, wood carving, tent components, buckets and other grave goods. Music from Youtube Audio Library "where i am from" by Topher mohr and alex elena.
This is a video documenting a visit to Oslo, Norway. Oslo is the capital of Norway and its most populous city with some 650,000 residents. It’s known for its sculpture park and museums. Many of these museums are on the Bygdøy Peninsula, including the Viking Ship Museum and the Kon-Tiki museum. The impressive Holmenkollen ski jumping hill has panoramic views of Oslo and its fjord. **** Table of Contents **** 00:55 General views around Oslo 01:55 Holmenkollen Ski Jumping Hill 04:20 Cruise ships arriving in Oslo Harbour 04:46 Vigeland Sculpture Installation 07:19 Bygdøy Peninsula museums 08:01 Norsk Folkemuseum 09:40 Viking Ship Museum 11:08 Kon-Tiki Museum 12:04 Fram Museum 13:28 View of Oslo Harbour 15:34 Akershus Fortress/Festning 16:53 'Under Festningen' Concert with Lars Winnerbäck...
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Il Museo delle navi vichinghe (in norvegese: Vikingskipshuset, letteralmente Casa delle navi vichinghe) si trova a Bygdøy, nei pressi di Oslo, in Norvegia. Esso fa parte del Museo di storia culturale dell'Università di Oslo e deve la sua fama alle 3 grandi navi che ospita al suo interno, risalenti all'epoca vichinga: la Oseberg, la Gokstad e la Tune; oltre a ciò, sono conservati nel museo numerosi manufatti provenienti dal cimitero di Borre e da altri siti archeologici vichinghi. The Viking Ship Museum (in Norwegian: Vikingskipshuset literally Viking Ship House) is Bygdøy, near Oslo, Norway. It is part of the Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo and owes its fame to the 3 large ships that houses inside, dating back to the Vikings: the Oseberg, Gokstad and Tune the  in addi...
here is a combination of sea, ships and tram in oslo
Viking Ship Museum segment from "Vikings, Tivoli, and Trolls", the Intrepid Berkeley Explorer's new free video presenting highlights of Denmark, Sweden and Norway. Starring Copenhagen's colorful Nyhavn Canal, entertainment at the Tivoli amusement park; Stockholm's Vasa, a huge Swedish warship that sank in 1628; Norway's scenic fjords, waterfalls, Trolls, plus much more. With historic houses and digital effects. To enjoy all of this 25 minute video, please ask a search engine for: Intrepid Berkeley Explorer