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Admittedly Borgring has not much to offer in artifacts. And you have to bring along your good imagination. And it is a ‘must’ to join the guided tours to get thes most out of it.
However, that said, I still hear the ‘whir of history’...More
Summer 2016 I visited the escavation site just outside Køge where archologists are uncovering old remains from the Viking age. Going from the parking area to the actual site takes you back though history by means of large posters and interactive presentation on your mobile...More
This is not a theme park - it is an ongoing excavation of the Viking ring castle found in 2014 by looking at air maps revealing a perfect circular form in the landscape. Meet the archeologists while they unveil groundbreaking knowledge about our past. During...More
I dont really know why this is an attraction. There isn't anything to see, and the excavations hasn't really started. But you have to pay 30kr to park and 40 kr pr person to see.....nothing???? Its a rip of. Only positive thing was the 3D...More
This Viking age "ring fortress" is the most recently excavated of the five known Viking ring fortresses in Denmark. This is ongoing and the dig is expected to be completed by 2018 when the future of the site will be decided. That is to say...More
It is situated on a field west of Køge close to the village called Lellinge and recovered in 2014. It is an archaeological sensation when even a Viking castle is discovered. The news went around the world, and the discovery was named among the 10...More