Viking boat hull found in Norway

An image published by Vestfold County on Monday, March 25, shows the site (Funnplass) where the hull

An image published by Vestfold County on Monday, March 25, shows the site (Funnplass) where the hull of the Viking ship is buried in a park southeast of Oslo

The hull of a Viking boat was found buried in a park in southeast Oslo, a group of archaeologists said on Monday.

The remains were found with the help of a ground penetrating radar, inside a tomb, in a park in Vestfold County, a place where Viking traces are regularly found.

There are seven known hulls of boats of the Viking era in Europe, three of them in this region.

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