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Atlasobscura has published an article by Jonathan Carey that collects 14 places related to the Vikings, from all over the world: “from about 800 to 1050, Norse people from across Scandinavia took to the oceans […] expert seafarers and navigators, the Vikings traveled far and wide. Across the British Isles […] in the Middle East […] they were among the most influential civilizations to emerge during the Middle Ages — a legacy that lives on today. […] the artifacts from the period remain scattered across the globe,[…] From a 10th-century stronghold constructed by King Herald, to magnificent runestones that honor fallen comrades […]”