A Viking Age barracks
Trelleborg near Slagelse is a Viking ring fortress. It dates back to 980 and was probably built by King Harald Bluetooth or his son Sweyn Forkbeard. It is one of four known ring fortresses that are unique to Danish territory. They are all built according to a strict…
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Trelleborg is situated where the strean Vårby å meets the stream Tudeå.
År: 1995 PHOTO:Kort & Matrikelstyrelsen
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Ring fortresses were military compounds for soldiers and their families in particular. The…
Harald Bluetooth was a king who sought to strengthen the power of the Crown within Danish borders,…