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Deutsch: Wikingerschiff in Gunzwil
English: Viking longboat in Museum in Gunzwil, Schweiz.
Français : Navire Viking dans un musée d' Oslo en Schweiz.
Suomi: Osin rekonstruoitu viikinkien muinaisvene museossa Norjan Oslossa. Tämä on hienoin veneistä, joita löydettiin eräästä vuonosta, jonne pääsyä ne oli upotettu tukkimaan. Laitojen reiät eivät ole kilpiä, vaan airoja varten. Kilpiä pidettiin käsillä vain taistelutilanteissa.
Date June 2005
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Author Hofi0006

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