~many years after the fallout, the climate plunged, leaving our village with two choices. Now we don't talk about the others who chose to leave. Now we stick together in this unforgiving forest because my father was a strong but stubborn man. Now, I can'
Statue of Ingolfur Arnarson the Viking Ingólfur Arnarson the first Nordic settler of Iceland. He built his home in (and gave name to ) Reykjavík in the year 874. Made by Einar Jónsson in 1924 and located on Arnarhóll, Reykjavík
Vikings (Sweden). 'There are still real, live Vikings, and you can visit them at one of Sweden’s most absorbing attractions. An evocative ‘living’ reconstruction of a late–Viking Age village, Foteviken Viking Reserve was built on the coast near the site of the Battle of Foteviken. You can tour all of these, check out the great meeting hall, see a war catapult and buy Viking-made handicrafts.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/sweden/skane/sights/historic-site/foteviken-viking-reserve