Fyrkat is an archaeological site made up of nine reconstructed Viking houses and a ringfort as well as a Viking cemetery. It is thought that the fort at Fyrkat was established during the reign of Harald I Bluetooth in around 980 AD.
There are also exhibitions about the history of the Vikings.
Trelleborg in Denmark is a collection of Viking fortresses dating back to the tenth century.
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