Four Vikings were attending the meeting of the Municipal Council in Aurland yesterday. From left: Rune Lyseth, Chieftain Georg Olafr Reydarsson Hansen, Adrien Spendlow and Tove Gulbrandsen. (Photo: Arne Veum / NRK)
The four Vikings who had shown up in the Municipal Council in Aurland in Sogn og Fjordane county, got the answer they have been waiting for: After two decades, the dream of a Viking village in Gudvangen becomes a reality.
– This made the last twenty years worth the effort, says Cheiftain Georg Olafr Reydarsson Hansen to NRK Sogn og Fjordane.
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Hansen moved to Gudvangen in 1995 with the idea to build a Viking village. Since then, he has made a living as self-appointed Viking chieftain, among others as responsible for the Viking market in Gudvangen.
In a few years, you will meet the harbor and an authentic village from the…
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