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A lament for the passing of Scandinavia’s ‘silly food’

The Day 03 Feb 2023
EDITOR’S NOTE. This is the first of a new biweekly food column by Rick Koster, where he’ll whimsically discuss the absurdities of All Things Caloric. Starting in 2025, the reindeer of Denmark can breathe easier! ... This will make many epicureans sad — but not the reindeer ... A menu in reverse, I suppose. Like you’d forget this stuff! ... Kidding ... And yet ... .

Our Viking ancestors loved dogs and horses just like us, new study discovers

The Daily Telegraph 01 Feb 2023
Human and animal remains were found on a single funeral pyre and analysis of the bones showed they came from the Baltic Shield area of Scandinavia, which encompasses Finland, Sweden, part of Norway and northwest Russia ... Dogs, Horses, Scandinavia, History ... Dogs, Horses, Scandinavia, History.

Greenland: A Viking Epic | Arkeo Ep23 | Documentary

The Epoch Times 31 Jan 2023
The Vikings were capable sailors who colonized a number of islands such as England, Ireland, and further north, the Faroe Islands, and Iceland. Was Greenland the only territory to have resisted the Vikings? ....
photo: AP / Majdi Mohammed
A Palestinian shows a Quran, Islam's holy book, damaged in a mosque fire in the West Bank village of Mughayer, north of Ramallah

Sweden’s NATO membership goes up in smoke

Free West Media 25 Jan 2023
After the burning of the Quran in Stockholm, Turkey has no intention of allowing Sweden to join NATO. Sweden's Prime Minister, on the other hand, pointed to the importance of freedom of expression. The NATO Secretary General also spoke up on the matter ... “Sweden should not expect any support from us ... Sweden touts freedom of expression ... Home page ....

How To Enjoy Breathtaking Winter Hikes In Scandinavia

Forbes 21 Jan 2023
Winter hiking in Scandinavia. The late winter months are a fantastic time to experience the great outdoors in Norway and Sweden with far fewer crowds than the summer ... .

A 2,000-year-old rune stone found in Norway could be the oldest ever, and give a ...

Business Insider 18 Jan 2023
A photo shows runes spelling out the word "idiberug," possibly a woman's name. Scientists think this might be the oldest runestone ever found ... Alexis Pantos/KHM, UiO ... Though they are most commonly associated with the Vikings, who ruled Scandinavia from about AD 800 to AD 1100, archaeologists know they were in use up until about 1350 ... ....


Public Technologies 17 Jan 2023
). PRESS RELEASE. Paris, the 17th of January 2023. NEWEN STUDIOS CONTINUES ITS EXPANSION IN. SCANDINAVIA - NIMBUS FILM ENTERS INTO. PARTNERSHIP WITH TALL AND SMALL ... Tall and Small was founded by author Jannik Tai Mosholt and producer Christian Potalivo in 2020 ... Nimbus Film was founded by CEO Birgitte Hald and producer Bo Ehrhardt in 1993 ... LUDIVINE SVALDI.

The Symbolism of the Northern Lights | Ancient & Modern History, Scandinavia, Travel Writers

Bitchute 12 Jan 2023
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In Denmark, Décor That Dares to Stand Out

New York Times 11 Jan 2023
In Denmark, “we’ve been in a white or gray or beige box for what — 20, 25 years?” said one decorative artist. “I think people have had enough.” ... .

DNA reveals large migration into Scandinavia during the Viking age

Phys Dot Org 07 Jan 2023
But we may not typically think of Viking age Scandinavia as a hub for migration from all over Europe ... The Viking period (late 8th century to mid 11th century) was the catalyst for an exceptional inflow of people into Scandinavia ... Two previous studies noted extensive migration into Scandinavia during the Viking age.

Maneka Helleberg - New Earth Scandinavia

Bitchute 06 Jan 2023
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