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Vikingskipshuset, Viking Ship Museum, Oslo, Norway
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Vikingskipshuset, the Viking Ship Museum, Oslo Norway displays the large Viking ships Oseberg, Gokstad and Tune. The three ships were found from the chief grave at Borre in the Vestfold district. And they are the best preserved Viking ships known, found in royal burial mounds in the Oslo fjord. 

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