Rurik 2003 in St Petersburg

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Embarking the train from Helsinki to St Petersburg
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Markus and Calle at the train
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Waterboiler at the train
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Waiting for someone with a key to get indoors
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View from the Peter Paul Fortress
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On the beach at Peter Paul Fortress where the Viking camp was set up
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The Peter Paul Fortress is situated on an island in the river Neva
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The Mjøsen Lange from Norway
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The Regin from Sweden
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Kjell and Markus in St Petersburg
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The Peter Paul Fortress and the beach with the Viking camp
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At the Winter Palace
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At the Winter Palace
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The Peter Paul Fortress and the beach with the Viking camp
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Rainfall and thunder
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A lot of the Vikings stayed at a school. Someone tried to tent indoors.
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Many Vikings did sleep in the Viking camp
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The Norseman from Philadelphia, USA, and the Viking Plym from Sweden
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The captain on Regin
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The Norseman (close) and the Viking Plym
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Markus and Kjell at Regin
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The Viking Plym
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The Telja from Sweden
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The Telja
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Onboard the Regin
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The Viking Plym
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The Mjøsen Lange
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Onboard the Regin
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The Viking ships are forming a flottila to come ashore at the Viking camp
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The Russian Viking ship Slavia
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The Vikings are welcomed to St Petersburg
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Sören, Irina (who helped us in Novgorod), Calle (who is a blacksmith and who did make the spade in 1994 when 7 Hanseatic towns did make funds to help restore the Nicholai church in Novgorod) and Kjell.
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Church in Novgorod
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Church in Novgorod
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A bridge over the river Volchov in Novgorod
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A bridge over the river Volchov in Novgorod
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The river Volchov in Novgorod
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Markus and Calle during a pause at the bus from Novgorod to St Petersburg
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A Lenin statue still standing in St petersburg
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The railway station in St Petersburg where the train to Finland leaves
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The cruiser Aurora in St Petersburg. It was Aurora that did shoot the first shots that did get the Bolsheviks to take the power in 1917
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At the Viking camp on the beach at The Peter Paul Fortress
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Musicians
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A blacksmith
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Runstones
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The Peter Paul Church
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The czars were burried in the Peter Paul Church
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The Peter Paul Church
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A statue of Peter I (or Peter the Great). Peter I founded St Persburg in 1703
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Vikings on Vikingship Regin attacks the Russian ship Slavia
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The Regin
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The Slavia
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A Viking party at the Viking camp
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Markus, Kjell, Christer and Calle at the train back to Helsinki.
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The Finnish Viking ship Sotka close to Helsinki
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