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Amazing discovery of a shipwreck in Sweden - Watch the video here!

2009-08-06
Swedish divers found recently a huge old shipwreck in the fjord near the Swedish capital Stocholm. The ship was from Holland, used for trading, featuring rich ornament, and from the 1600 century.

Anders Backstrøm, Marcus Hård and Jonas Rydin searched for a shipwreck from previous century, but found the mentioned ship on 48 meters depth.

Watch the video here on the Norwegian national newspaper VG`s website (VG Nett): Discovery shipwreck

Stein Morten Lund, 6 August 2009

Additional information
In May this year (2009), it was reported by media that a team of divers from the Swedish coast guard have discovered what could be the first-ever Viking shipwreck found in the country. The wreck is 20 metres long and is lying at the bottom of the lake.

Sweden’s English language newspaper, The Local, said some Viking ships had been discovered on land in the country, but none under water until now. The possible Viking shipwreck is in Lake Vänern, the country’s largest lake and the third largest in Europe, covering 5,648 square kilometres. 

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