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Museum In Aarhus, Denmark

o_l_g_a_r_i • 3 minutes read • July 13th, 2016
I will continue my review about the attractions in 

Aarhus, Denmark.


This is the 

Moesgard museum

.
It can probably be called an archaeological and ethnographic museum.
I would recommend visiting here, only if you have a stop in the area, and especially if you decide to view the meeting of the Vikings.
But you shouldn’t go there only to visit this one museum.
The stone with the runic mask is a symbol of the museum.
1aarhus-moesgardmuseum.jpgIt will be interesting to people, who are interested in the life and homes of the Vikings (as well as their predecessors), all of the comprehensive information provided.
However, the runes and Viking’s items are not the main attraction of the museum; it’s the Grauballe man, a well-preserved mummy, even the best preserved mummy, in Europe. In fact, it is not a mummy at all, but simply a corpse. In fact, it is so well preserved because it was in a peat bog, and dates back to the 3 BC.
2aarhus-moesgardmuseum.jpgMummies weren't the only things excavated in the vicinity of Jutland, there was also much more.
For example, no less than 15000 soldiers' weapons from different times were found.
3aarhus-moesgardmuseum.jpg4aarhus-moesgardmuseum.jpg5aarhus-moesgardmuseum.jpg6aarhus-moesgardmuseum.jpg7aarhus-moesgardmuseum.jpgHere are lighters from that time :)
8aarhus-moesgardmuseum.jpgThis was the clothing. It has been restored, of course...
9aarhus-moesgardmuseum.jpgWell, here are runes.
10aarhus-moesgardmuseum.jpgThis is the alphabet.
11aarhus-moesgardmuseum.jpgIt also showcased the lives of ordinary

Aarhus

inhabitants from those times...
12aarhus-moesgardmuseum.jpg…as well as other various interesting things from ancient times.
13aarhus-moesgardmuseum.jpg14aarhus-moesgardmuseum.jpgThe museum is located very close to the place where the so-called meetings of the Vikings were held.
15aarhus-moesgardmuseum.jpg16aarhus-moesgardmuseum.jpgAuthor: o_l_g_a_r_i
Source: o-l-g-a-r-i.livejournal.com
Translated by: Zoozi

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