In the center, the history of the Vikings in Yorke is represented by wonderful pictures and relics, accompanied by relevant briefings and explanations. You can take a time bus tour. If you have enough time, it's most comfortable to take a stroll. There's a good cafe. Drink coffee and see what's on the street.
Yorke was long ruled by Vikings. There are still ruins under Yorkshire. The Viking Museum uses acoustooptic effects to simulate the restoration of part of the Viking village's life. In addition, some Viking cultural relics and small Viking-era wall foot ruins are displayed.
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Yovic Viking Piracy Center, located in the center of Yorkshire City, is the main exhibition center of the local Viking piracy history and culture tradition. It restores the Viking's life scene and props used in that year. It is a good place to understand that period of history.
The Viking Pirate Ship Museum is a collection of the history of the Viking Pirate Age in which Norway dominated Europe from 800 to 1050 in the Middle Ages. The pirate boats collected in the museum are beautiful in shape, which is difficult to connect with the bloody pirate culture. Norwegian ancestor Swell's man-made boats were different from others, and "there was a bow at each end of the boat" were the characteristics of the Viking boats of that era. The Norwegians conquered the world by force on the basis of these strong ships. They traveled south to the Strait of Gibraltar and East through Russia to Asia. The most famous ships in the museum collection were the "Oseberg" and another "quot; Goxtard" battleship buried with the queen at that time. I think Oslo is a necessary point for us to have a very intuitive understanding of Norwegian history.
Yorkshire has an unusual history - "in the 9th century, it was the capital of the Virgin Territory. He was called Yovic by Scandinavians. Today, the Yovic Viking Center tells about the city's history. The Vikings and the life of the city hundreds of years ago are known through landscape, sound and even smell.