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In today's video we are heading to very the top of Newfoundland's western coast to an area called Saint Anthony (St. Anthony). It's here you can find L'anse aux Meadows National Historic Site, a Parks Canada location. L'anse aux Meadows National Historic Site is the only known Viking settlement in North America. The Norse would come here from Greenland to fish and harvest timber. They began by setting up small camps, but after returning every year, they eventually set up a small settlement. You can now see the depressions in the ground of the first Viking homes here. Archeologists are still on site digging up artifacts and discovering new treasures. Parks Canada has turned L'anse aux Meadows into a living history museum with re-built homes and buildings depicting the life of the Viking nation here, while having period actors available to enhance the experience. If you are coming to Newfoundland, this is a must-see attraction! Learn more at 🤍joshthetravelguy.ca
We had the opportunity to visit the only authenticated viking site in North America - L'Anse aux Meadows. We were so lucky to speak with Birgitta Wallace, one of the first archeologists to work on the site. Learn more about this historic place. Nous avons eu l'occasion de visiter le seul site viking authentifié en Amérique du Nord - L'Anse aux Meadows. Nous avons discuté avec Birgitta Wallace, une des premières archéologues à avoir travaillé sur le site. Apprenez-en d'avantage sur cet endroit historique ici.
In this video, we explore L'Anse Aux Meadows National Historic Site in Northern Newfoundland. It is the first and only known site established by Vikings in North America and the earliest evidence of European settlement on the continent. 0:00 - Introduction 3:44 - Birchy Nuddick Trail 4:06 - Hiking in L'Anse Aux Meadows Newfoundland 7:31 - L'Anse Aux Meadows Encampment Site 11:20 - L'Anse Aux Meadows Visitor's Center 12:20 - L'Anse Aux Meadows History 12:36 - Parks Canada National Park Passport Stamps 12:55 - Difference Between Norse and Viking We send an email every so often to keep you updated on where we are, what we're doing, and how much we are spending! Get our emails here! 🤍 #lanseauxmeadows #newfoundland #viking _ LIKE THE MUSIC IN OUR VIDEOS? Try Epidemic Sound for 30 days! 🤍 VLOGGING AND PHOTO GEAR CAMERAS: Main Camera - 🤍 "Halef" Cam - 🤍 GoPro - 🤍 Google Pixel 3: 🤍 LENSES: Main Lens - 🤍 Wide-Angle: 🤍 DRONES: Main Drone - 🤍 Backup Drone - 🤍 ACCESSORIES: Camera Stabilizer - 🤍 Camera Batteries - 🤍 Lens pouches - 🤍 Video Microphone - 🤍 CREDITS: "Subscribe Button" by MrNumber112 🤍 _ GET 15% OFF YOUR HARVEST HOSTS ANNUAL FEE 🤍 GET $40 OFF YOUR FIRST AIRBNB! 🤍 OUR TRAVEL BLOG 🤍 FIND US ON SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 ABOUT US Michael and Halef live in Atlanta, GA, but are originally from Canada and Indonesia, respectively. They love to travel and try to do it as much as possible. They saved for a few years and are currently on a long-term round the world trip!
The first authenticated Viking settlement in North America, L’Anse aux Meadows was forgotten for centuries outside of the pages of the Icelandic sagas. Nearly a millennium later, Helge Ingstad and Anne Stine Ingstad use the saga texts to rediscover this fascinating archaeological site. 📸 Instagram: 🤍 👤 Facebook: 🤍 𝕏 Twitter: 🤍 🌍 Trips: 🤍
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An overview of the Parks Canada National Historic Site of Canada and UNESCO World Heritage Site, L'Anse aux Meadows, located on Western Newfoundland's Viking Trail (Route 430). The only authenticated European (Norse) settlement in North America. Learn more at 🤍newfoundlandlabrador.com/plan-and-book/attractions/211794
One of the best Canada road trips is the Viking Trail in Newfoundland, which runs over 500 KM from Gros Morne National Park to L'Anse aux Meadows, giving visitors a unique look into small communities, ancient Viking settlements, icebergs, and MORE! Last year in June 2019, we finally took a road trip up the beautiful coast of Newfoundland from Gros Morne National Park to St. Anthony's and L'Anse aux Meadows to see one of the world's first UNESCO World Heritage Sites and to enjoy the ICEBERG FESTIVAL! The only issue is that the weather totally did not cooperate and so some of our tours were cancelled, which why we took so long to publish this video. But man o man, the Viking Trail is BEAUTIFUL and we can't wait to go back! Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments below! You can also visit two helpful articles on our website: The Viking Trail road trip: 🤍 Things to Do in Newfoundland: 🤍 Iceberg Finder: 🤍 Like Canada? Like Us? Like Our Videos? Please hit subscribe, give us a thumbs up, and leave us a comment! We reply to everyone and appreciate all the support!
Rediscovering History: The Viking Legacy at L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland, Canada #VikingLegacy,#LAnseAuxMeadows,#NorthAmericanExploration,#RediscoveringHistory,#VikingSettlement,#ArchaeologicalFind,#CulturalHeritage,#AncientCivilizations,#VikingHistory,#TransatlanticVoyages,#VikingExplorers,#NorseSettlement,#HistoricalSignificance,#UncoveringthePast,#Interconnectedness,#CulturalDiversity,#PreservingHistory,#HistoricSite,#ExploreNewfoundland,#CanadianHistory,#DiscoverCanada,#VikingCulture,#AncientExplorers,#NorseLegacy,#VikingArchaeology,#VikingWayofLife,#HeritagePreservation,#WorldHeritageSite,#Unesco,#VikingAdventure The sagas of the fierce Norse seafarers, known as Vikings, have captivated our imagination for centuries. These intrepid explorers are renowned for their daring voyages across the North Atlantic, but their presence in North America remained shrouded in mystery until recent archaeological discoveries. Located in Newfoundland, Canada, L'Anse aux Meadows stands as a testament to the first Viking settlement in North America, unraveling a fascinating chapter in history and transforming our understanding of early transatlantic exploration. History is a broad term that refers to the study and interpretation of past events and their significance to the present day. It encompasses the actions, beliefs, and experiences of human beings throughout time, as well as the physical artifacts and records that document these events. The study of history helps us to understand how the world we live in today has been shaped by past events and how we can learn from them. The importance of history cannot be overstated. By examining past events, we can learn from the successes and failures of those who came before us, and apply this knowledge to our own lives and society. It helps us to understand the roots of current political, economic, social, and cultural issues and how they have evolved over time. History can also help us to appreciate the diversity of human experience and the many ways in which people have interacted with one another throughout history. One of the key methods used in the study of history is the interpretation of primary sources. These can include written records, such as letters, diaries, and official documents, as well as physical artifacts like artwork, tools, and architecture. By examining these sources and analyzing them in context, historians can gain insights into the beliefs, values, and motivations of past peoples and societies. This can help us to understand the complexities of human behavior and decision-making, as well as the impact of larger social, economic, and political forces. Another important aspect of the study of history is the consideration of multiple perspectives. This involves taking into account the viewpoints of different groups of people, such as women, minorities, and those who have been historically marginalized or excluded from mainstream narratives. By doing so, historians can gain a more complete picture of past events and the ways in which they have affected different communities. In addition to its academic importance, history also plays a crucial role in shaping our collective memory and identity as a society. By remembering and commemorating important events and figures from the past, we can create a shared sense of history and belonging. This can help us to build stronger communities and foster greater empathy and understanding between different groups of people. Overall, the study of history is essential for understanding ourselves, our world, and our place in it. Through careful analysis of past events and sources, we can gain insights into the complexities of human behavior and decision-making, appreciate the diversity of human experience, and learn from the successes and failures of those who came before us.
One of the most significant events in human migration history occurred by accident when the Vikings took a wrong turn and landed on the northern tip of Newfoundland. In Completing the Circle we used an engaging host to debunk the many myths associated with Vikings and tell the epic journey of how Viking explorers came to L'Anse aux Meadows, Newfoundland on a quest for resources. Reenacting the Vikings' dramatic encounter with local First Nations inhabitants, viewers are treated to a significant event in history—the first full-circle reunion of two different migrating branches of humans who had both left Africa 100,000 years ago! Reenactments, and CGI, were also used to tell another dramatic journey filled with suspense; that of the search for the Viking village and its ensuing archeological dig.
Most people have heard of Viking explorers visiting North America, but what happened to their only known settlement? In this video we explore both the founding and reasons for possible decline of the only known Norse settlement in North America. Find me on Instagram: 🤍 Find me on TikTok: 🤍 I do not claim ownership of any of the music, photographs, or stock video clips included in this video: Music from bensound.com Video from Videvo.com Image Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Content Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Norstead! The Only Authentic Viking Site In North America. Located in Northern Newfoundland L'Anse aux Meadows. This working Viking settlement is a very interesting place to visited, But it won't be easy, located in the northern part of Newfoundland. Where summer is short, winter is long and the weather is unpredictable.
Join two English teachers on a road trip through eastern Canada. Acquire intermediate, advanced, and proficiency-level English vocabulary in context. In EP8, we visit L'Anse aux Meadows Viking Settlement at the northernmost tip of Newfoundland. We give a detailed tour of this National Historic and UNESCO World Heritage Site and a summary of its history, highlighting difficult English vocabulary and definitions. This video was shot in 4K resolution. Edited in FCPX by Robert Bachtell Eastland. Music by Robert Bachtell Eastland and Tom Eastland (🤍 using Apple loops and live recordings. All classical guitar tracks by Robert Bachtell Eastland. All rights reserved. #english #travel #Canada #Newfoundland #road #trip #vocabulary #eastlandenglish #4k #hotel #tourism #roadtrip #travelvlog #travelvlogger #traveling #travelcanada #snorricabins #L'anseauxmeadows #Vikings #Vikingsettlement #Nationalhistoric site #unesco_world_heritage_site #unescoheritagesite #CEFR #B2 #C1 #C2
For day 15 of the archaeological site advent, we're going to my homeland of Canada so visit a site that has the first evidence of European occupation in North America! Off we go, to L'Anse aux Meadows! Make sure you're subscribed, and hit that bell icon to make sure you don't miss a single site in the series! Let's get festive, fam! Archaeology Advent Playlist: 🤍 🔴 SUBSCRIBE TO NEVER MISS A VIDEO 🤍 🔴 SUPPORT DIG IT WITH RAVEN Buy me a coffee: 🤍 Support on PayPal: 🤍 Support on Patreon: 🤍 WATCH NEXT ○ The ULTIMATE Archaeology Gift List! | Christmas Presents for Archaeologists with Natasha Billson - 🤍 ✅ Let's connect! INSTAGRAM: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 MY GEAR ○ Zoom H4N Pro audio recorder 🤍 ○ Microphone 🤍 ○ Teleprompter 🤍 ○ Lighting 🤍 ○ Camera: My phone! My top archaeology 101 book 🤍 Full disclaimer because I love you all. Some of these links are affiliate. If you purchase anything from these links I may earn a small commission. This really helps in supporting the channel, as I do not earn anything from these videos. I am not promoting anything that I do not 100% recommend or would not use myself! Thanks so much for your support! #Norse #Archaeology #AdventCalendar
The Vikings of L'Anse Aux Meadows by Patrick Wade. Newfoundland West and Labrador Field Unit . As part of the celebrations to mark the 125th anniversary of national parks in Canada, 32 student video reporters worked in the 32 Parks Canada field units across the country. Students were tasked with producing a series of video reports on their experiences in our national parks, national historic sites and national marine conservation areas. Cette vidéo est aussi disponible en français à 🤍
Around 1000 years ago a Norse expedition from Greenland landed in a shallow bay at the tip of the Great Northern Peninsula on the island of Newfoundland, Canada. With Leif Eiriksson as leader of a group of 60 – 90 people they set up an encampment of buildings made of sod where they lived while exploring the region they called Vinland. Artifacts found when modern day archaeologists excavated what remained of their houses and work shops tell us a lot about the people who where here and what they were doing. Dale and Ragnar “Red Beard”, Parks Canada Heritage Interpreters, will talk about who these people were, where they came from, why they were here and why they left after only a few years and never returned.
L' Anse Aux Meadows and the Norstead Village was one of the highlights of our whole trip. We loved learning about the history of the Vikings and Norsemen. The scenery was worth the drive to Northern Newfoundland in itself. It's absolutely breathtaking. Music: The Wolves - 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Sound cloud - Ocean.mp3 Sound Cloud - Royalty Free Background Music for YouTube Videos Vlog _ Corporate Presentation.mp3
This short documentary depicts the search, discovery and authentication of the only known Norse settlement in North America - Vinland the Good. Mentioned in Icelandic manuscripts and speculated about for over two centuries, Vinland is known as "the place where the wild grapes grow" and was thought to be on the eastern coast between Virginia and Newfoundland. In 1960 a curious group of house mounds was uncovered at l'Anse aux Meadows in northern Newfoundland by Drs. Helge Ingstad and Anne Stine Ingstad of Norway. Added to the United Nations World Heritage List, l'Anse aux Meadows is considered one of the most important archaeological sites in the world. Directed by William Pettigrew - 1984 | 29 min Watch more free films on NFB.ca → 🤍 Subscribe to our newsletter → 🤍 Follow us on Facebook → 🤍 Follow us on Instagram → 🤍 Follow us on Twitter → 🤍 Download our free iOS Apps → 🤍 Download our free Android Apps → 🤍
At the tip of Newfoundland’s Great Northern Peninsula lies the first known evidence of European presence in the Americas. Here Norse expeditions sailed from Greenland, building a small encampment of timber-and-sod buildings over 1000 years ago Against a stunning backdrop of rugged cliffs, bog, and coastline, discover the fascinating archaeological remains of the Viking encampment, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978. You’ll meet costumed Viking interpreters as you tour the recreated base camp and discover original artifacts from this internationally renowned archaeological find. Please like and subscribe! Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍
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Long before Christopher Columbus discovered the New World, the Vikings had crossed the Atlantic and beaten him to it. The proof can be found among the timber framed turf buildings excavated on the tip of the Great Northern Peninsula in Newfoundland. Closely resembling Norse dwellings, the site is the first known evidence of European influence in the Americas. Visitors learn about the Viking lifestyle and archeological discovery through various exhibits, and can explore the surrounding area with a number of hiking trails. More info at: 🤍 Opening theme music ‘Bones’ © 2017 Max Serpentini 🤍
The Summer of 2000 marked the 1000th anniversary of the Vikings' landing in the New World. A flotilla of Viking ships travelled the Atlantic to arrive at L'Anse Aux Meadows, Newfoundland to mark this historic event.
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“The story, The Vinland Saga, is an excerpt from The Saga of Greenlanders, one of the many Icelandic Sagas composed in the 11-13th centuries. The sagas were oral stories, memorized and recited for entertainment around feasting tables in Viking Age, Iceland. They recounted the adventures of Iceland’s greatest heroes and recorded the legacies of the first Norse families to settle there. The sagas are considered one of the great world literatures.” “I learned the Sagas for my role as an interpreter for Parks Canada. I was fascinated by them. Stories that come down to us from centuries gone by can be quite inaccessible for the modern reader. Yet, when I read these Viking Age stories, they were so captivating and relatable that I could glimpse a world gone for a thousand years. I could see myself in some of the characters, people who lived in time so ill understood that we call it the Dark Ages. When we read these stories, we understand that those people were us. They valued hospitality and community. They were vain and cared deeply about their image. They loved their children. There is power in voices that come to us from long ago.” "If there is a lesson I have taken from my studies of the Norse Sagas, it’s the unifying power of art. What do I have in common with a 10th century Norwegian sailor? Basically nothing, save humanity itself. And that is what these stories highlight and celebrate. The sagas were not composed to glorify a leader, nor to make money, nor to showcase the talent of an artist. They were composed because its what we do. We reach out with words to one another, and in the process we render the mundane humdrum of life into beauty and meaning. I think we need to remember that art is not only a matter of discipline and accolades, but something we should all engage in, organically, regardless of talent. Storytelling is as natural to us as breathing. Singing is as basic as eating. They can tie us together and remind us who we really are." – Ethian A. Ethian wishes to share the words of Odin: “Never let the grass Grow on the paths Between the houses of friends” Special thanks to Gail Bradbury and Dale Wells from Parks Canada.
#TheOtherSideTV (BONUS SCENE) Extended footage of the team and Loretta's conversation about L'Anse aux Meadows during a paranormal investigation at L'Anse aux Meadows, Newfoundland, as part of the tenth episode of Season 6 of The Other Side. The Other Side is a Canadian ghost hunting television show with Indigenous paranormal investigators. More about the TV series: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Watch new full episodes on APTN's new VOD platform LUMI: 🤍
Part 19 of our road trip across Northern Quebec and Eastern Canada. Now on the northern peninsula of Newfoundland, we visited L'Anse aux Meadows, the 1000 year old Viking encampment and site of the first European contact with North America. Photos at the end. There are 3 other videos in this series - be sure to check them out as well.
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Just a small amount of info and suggestions for those who are visiting. Remember L'Anse-aux-Meadows is a town not the name of the Historic Site. Also there are many other beautiful towns very close by that have restaurants, accommodations and much more, and they are a must see.
Hike #7-The Western Newfoundland Destination Marketing Organization is creating a series of videos on great hikes to try in Western Newfoundland. In L'anse aux Meadows at the tip of the Northern Peninsula you can hike across land that the Vikings once trekked over. This video shows you why you should check out these 2 trails in this area. For more information on what to see and do in Western Newfoundland see: 🤍 or 🤍 For more information on hiking in Newfoundland see: 🤍
Five-hundred years before John Cabot or Christopher Columbus, or the monarchs of Europe knew North America existed, the Vikings made their way to Newfoundland. Visit the rebuilt Viking settlement on the Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland with us - L'Anse aux Meadows. #travel #newfoundland #canada
For the world-wide television production of the Vikings 2000 celebrations in the year 2000, we edited together a short tour of L'anse aux Meadows, and Norstead, NL. This was a wonderful boost to the area as it gave the world a view of the Viking ruins and of the beauty of the area.
They came here 1,000 years ago. But did they ever truly leave? Listen to Loretta Decker tell a 100-year-old tale handed down by her grandfather and great-grandfather. A ghost story of a night in L’Anse aux Meadows when ancient visitors drifted out of the past and spoke a language long since silenced.
Im Wikinger Museum in LAnse aux Meadows in Labrador Neufundland kannst Du entdecken, wie die Wikinger in Neufundland einst lebten. Besonders lebendig ist die Geschichte im Living History Wikinger Museum nahe der National Historic Site bei St. Anthony. Discover how the Newfoundland Vikings lived in LAnse aux Meadows around the year 1000. The LAnse aux Meadows viking site offers a good interpretation. #lanseauxmeadows #vikings #vikingsnewfoundland #newfoundland #neufundland Weitere Informationen über die Museen und das Leben der Wikinger findest Du im Blog: 🤍 0:00 Wikinger Museum in LAnse aux Meadows Neufundland 0:19 Grassodenhäuser 0:31 Wikinger in Neufundland - Living History Wikinger Museum -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Unser neuestes Video zeigt Euch das: "Benediktinerstift Admont in der Steiermark" 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
We cross the narrow Strait of Belle Isle to Newfoundland, our first visit here! On to take a look at the ONLY confirmed Viking settlement in the new world, at L'Anse aux Meadows. We stop for the night at Raleigh. Theme music by Bird Creek Music by Nathan Moore royalty free Music by Giorgio Di Campo for FreeSound Music 🤍 🤍 🤍 original video: 🤍
Ever since I was a wee lil' boy I wanted to visit a spot in Newfoundland called L'Anse Aux Meadows, Newfoundland. Looking back now, I am not sure why but I think it was the idea of sleeping inside a hill that intrigued me. L'Anse Aux Meadows Historic Site is where the VIkings arrived in North America and has tons of history to it.
This is the first Viking settlement in North America located in l’anse aux meadows in Newfoundland.