About The Braaid
The Braaid, or Braaid Viking Farmstead, is an historic site on the Isle of Man containing the remains of a Celtic and Viking farm settlement.
Believed to have originally consisted of a 1st-3rd centuries AD Celtic stone-built roundhouse, the Vikings added at least two other buildings to the site during their time in control of the island.
Today little remains of these structures apart from the stone circle outline of the roundhouse and the foundations of the two Viking longhouses.
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