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The scariest rock of Norway

Trolltunga, or the Troll's Tongue is one of the scariest spots on Earth. It is a thin stone ledge, about to break off, which attracts many adrenaline loving tourists with its scenic views and an…

The Blue Mountain of Latvia - Zilais Kalns

Zilais Kalns, a.k.a. the Blue Mountain is a large hill north-east of Vidzeme, Latvia, which is shrouded in mystery and strange stories. This is a place of pagan worship, witchcraft, burial grounds…

Hiidenkirnut - the Devil's Churns of Lapland

Hiidenkirnut are huge potholes in the rocky surface, which appear to have been drilled. They formed during the end of the Ice Age, about 10,000 years ago, and later inspired many legends and tales…
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The Bog body of Haraldskær Woman

Haraldsk√¶r Woman is a preserved bog body from 490 BC, which got discovered by farmers of Jutland in 1835 and believed to be the remains of Queen Gunhild of Norway. Due to this mistaken identity, the…
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Necropants

Want to make a pair of Necropants for yourself to attract luck and money? The Museum of Icelandic Sorcery & Witchcraft in Holmavik has a DIY guide on how to make your own pair.

Trelleborg - Viking ring fortress

Trelleborg is a massive circular fort built by Harald Bluetooth in the 10th century. Now it's a place of the annual Viking fair in Zealand.