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    ‏احد اعظم الخطابات الي قدمها التلفاز من واحد من افضل الشخصيات التي جسدت بتاريخ الاعمال الفنيه الملك راغنار ،هذا الخطاب العظيم بموسيقى الانستر ‏⁦‪#vikings‬⁩ ‏

    ‏احد اعظم الخطابات الي قدمها التلفاز من واحد من افضل الشخصيات التي جسدت بتاريخ الاعمال الفنيه الملك راغنار ،هذا الخطاب العظيم بموسيقى الانستر ‏⁦‪ #vikings‬⁩ ‏

    4 3 35 minutes ago
    CHIBERIANOS!!! ✨ Come to me! ✨ ❤ ❤ ❤
Les daré hachas, pegasos y una economía basada en tacos
#RawderBeoluve #vikings

    CHIBERIANOS!!! ✨ Come to me! ✨ ❤ ❤ ❤
    Les daré hachas, pegasos y una economía basada en tacos
    #RawderBeoluve #vikings

    399 7 57 minutes ago
    5 DIAS PARA A GEEK CITY ❤️

    5 DIAS PARA A GEEK CITY ❤️

    83 1 59 minutes ago
    Quiero seguir aprendiendo día a día y tener la capacidad para mejorar mis defectos hasta convertirlos en virtudes lo. Único que necesito es buenas energías y seguir adelante siempre a paso firme realvikings #vikings
#ironwork
#berserk

    Quiero seguir aprendiendo día a día y tener la capacidad para mejorar mis defectos hasta convertirlos en virtudes lo. Único que necesito es buenas energías y seguir adelante siempre a paso firme realvikings #vikings
    #ironwork
    #berserk

    0 0 1 hour ago
    spot the fake fan👀 #vikings

    spot the fake fan👀 #vikings

    147 9 1 hour ago
    Yesterday was full of firsts: first time inside U.S. bank stadium, first time seeing a professional team play(besides the twins), and first time seeing the @vikings play✨This experience was unreal! I was literally in awe from the moment I walked on to the plaza until I walked out 🙌🏼 It was honestly overwhelming and intimidating, in a good way 😝U.S. bank is a incredible structure, seeing the Vikings play and win was exhilarating and just being in the stadium as a fan was amazing 💯 So thankful for this experience and now I can check this off of my bucket list ✔️ Skol Vikings! 💜🏈💛
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also, no idea what my arms are doing in this photo; let’s say they were still floating in excitement that I was just in the presence of the Vikings 😜

    Yesterday was full of firsts: first time inside U.S. bank stadium, first time seeing a professional team play(besides the twins), and first time seeing the @vikings play✨This experience was unreal! I was literally in awe from the moment I walked on to the plaza until I walked out 🙌🏼 It was honestly overwhelming and intimidating, in a good way 😝U.S. bank is a incredible structure, seeing the Vikings play and win was exhilarating and just being in the stadium as a fan was amazing 💯 So thankful for this experience and now I can check this off of my bucket list ✔️ Skol Vikings! 💜🏈💛
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    also, no idea what my arms are doing in this photo; let’s say they were still floating in excitement that I was just in the presence of the Vikings 😜

    37 2 1 hour ago
    Runes | by johndal | Flickr

    Runes | by johndal | Flickr

    1 1 1 hour ago
    The Vikings lived around the 9th to 11th century. They were master shipbuilders and were supreme navigators and sea-warriors. They loved their ships. The author noted: "What the temple was to the Greeks, the ship was to the Vikings". Armed with this technology, stories are told of their raids across Northern Europe
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The Danes invaded France and England, and they battled with the Germans. The Norwegians invaded Ireland and Iceland, and they discovered Greenland and America. The Swedes mostly traded with Eastern Europe and Russia, and they assimilated more with the Slavic countries. As a whole, they had infighting with other Vikings. They introduced Christianity to their colonies
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At the time, their culture had a majority of two beliefs mainly Norse Mythology and Christianity. Their art was usually inspired from animal motifs, such as the gripping beast or the jelling lion. Their structures were inspired from the Byzantines. Their favorite weapon were the sword and axe. Their favorite mode of transportation: the ship and horses. As an occupation, they were hunters, fishers, farmers, breeders or traders. Their social system is split mostly into three: Earls, Peasants and Thralls; the usual historical divide from the elites to the slaves
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The author has some very pointed things to say about the Vikings towards the end of this book; almost to the point of inferring that Europe would still be Europe without the Vikings, and that they only gave murder and destruction in their path

    The Vikings lived around the 9th to 11th century. They were master shipbuilders and were supreme navigators and sea-warriors. They loved their ships. The author noted: "What the temple was to the Greeks, the ship was to the Vikings". Armed with this technology, stories are told of their raids across Northern Europe
    ▫️
    The Danes invaded France and England, and they battled with the Germans. The Norwegians invaded Ireland and Iceland, and they discovered Greenland and America. The Swedes mostly traded with Eastern Europe and Russia, and they assimilated more with the Slavic countries. As a whole, they had infighting with other Vikings. They introduced Christianity to their colonies
    ▫️
    At the time, their culture had a majority of two beliefs mainly Norse Mythology and Christianity. Their art was usually inspired from animal motifs, such as the gripping beast or the jelling lion. Their structures were inspired from the Byzantines. Their favorite weapon were the sword and axe. Their favorite mode of transportation: the ship and horses. As an occupation, they were hunters, fishers, farmers, breeders or traders. Their social system is split mostly into three: Earls, Peasants and Thralls; the usual historical divide from the elites to the slaves
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    The author has some very pointed things to say about the Vikings towards the end of this book; almost to the point of inferring that Europe would still be Europe without the Vikings, and that they only gave murder and destruction in their path

    10 3 1 hour ago

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    "Fossá waterfall is apparently the tallest waterfall in the faroes, at 140meters (460ft) and has two big drops. I was floored by how beautiful it was in person, and it’s juts right off the road which is so awesome."
Photo/caption by @maryleedjohnson

    "Fossá waterfall is apparently the tallest waterfall in the faroes, at 140meters (460ft) and has two big drops. I was floored by how beautiful it was in person, and it’s juts right off the road which is so awesome."
    Photo/caption by @maryleedjohnson

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    Mighty Skógafoss and the magical Aurora Borealis 🌌
Photo by @mbeiter

    Mighty Skógafoss and the magical Aurora Borealis 🌌
    Photo by @mbeiter

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    Bjorn ❤

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    Best brothers ❤

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