Chieftain Olafr has waited for a Viking town for 22 years, it is finally open

Olafr ReydarssonOlafr Reydarsson

He was formerly called Georg Hansen, but he now prefers “Olafr Reydarsson”.

Here, the chieftain of the Gudvangen Viking town of Njardarheimr tells us how he earned such an impressive title.

Georg Olafr: It is a fascinating life, no wonder I’ve been a full-time Viking for 22 years. There are many important details in the town, such as our rules for presenting everything based on that era – both as regards building methods and everyday life.

There must not be anything here, which did not exist during the Viking Age some 1,000 years ago, aside from certain established exceptions.

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Source: visitnorway.com / Norway Today

 

 

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