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Viking Center Fyrkat, Hobro
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Very nice center, it was interesting to see how Vikings lived. They wanted about 70 DKN for entry, which is a lot!
Fine huse og borgområdet var dejligt. Det der trækker ned er manglen på udstilling om vikinger og fund der er gjort på Fyrkat. Der er information om husene og om nordisk mytologi, men ikke ret meget o... read more »Fine houses and the Castle area was great. It pulls down is the lack of exhibition on Vikings and discoveries made at Fyrkat. There is information about the houses and on Norse mythology, but not much about life at the Castle. We arrived about an hour after the opening, but there was only an English couple who made jewelry. The rest of the costumed ' Vikings ' just sat in a group that spoke. None of the houses to tell and no work in shelters. We felt that it was a bit annoying that it came paying customers.show original
En skøn dag med sol og gik fra Hobro ud forbi den sø der er betegnet inderfjorden et skønt natur område formet af istidens gletsjere og ved møllen ud for Fyrkat rendte Walther og jeg ind vilde vikinge... read more »A wonderful day with the Sun and went from Hobro out past the Lake is called inderfjorden a beautiful natural area shaped by the ice age glaciers and by the mill out of Fyrkat Walther and I ran into wild Vikings who were fighting about a treasure chest and then the arrowhead of silver I wear outside my MCS medi-tag is found at Fyrkat opened it to an informative conversation about Viking pancakes and the later genesis of bacon at the knuckles and hams hang up near the fire in long houses that are inhabited by "Viking families" and to get insight into both living architecture and a vibrant museum that the days it is open is occupied by "Vikings" and the mothers of their children so upstairs Walther was baptized Walper fyrkat dog he went and I a round in the area there is the fence into due to the sheep which graze in the field as in and out from the violence and farm installations it is ad slusedørshow original
Relatively small scaled, but very nice, especially with children.
Erik Gjodrik-BaumgartenNice little Viking museum.show original
Carl Christian MadsenExciting place if one is interested in Danish history. But unfortunately, it is about to look a little worn out in several places. It bears the clear imprint of a lack of resources. It goes a little beyond the experience, e.g. it is hard to see the white piles that form the framework around the houses, as they are more or less away in the grass. It was much more impressive by earlier visits where they stood clearly above. The lag also suffered with descriptions, etc., however, still worth a visit.show original
Torben Nørgaard MadsenExciting place with a little and look at and a very good children's playground ....show original
Robert JensenDull and poorly presented. The staff is complete indifferent to guests and there is shown mostly to be allowed to go around in vikingetøj. I was not aware that there were so many Thistles in the Viking age. ...show original
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