Lejre Museum is a historical museum located in the small town of Lejre, Denmark.
The article "Beyond the Wall: Renaissance Embodiments of the Old Norse god Freyr" explores the representations of the Norse god Freyr in Renaissance art and literature.
"The Road to Hel" is a modern retelling of the ancient Norse mythological story of the goddess Hel and the events that led to her descent into the underworld.
This book explores the historical context and origin of the Eddic poems, a collection of Old Norse poems written between the 9th and 13th centuries.
This book is a study of the mythology and culture of the Germanic peoples.
The Icelandic Museum of Sorcery and Witchcraft is a small museum located in the town of Hólmavík in Iceland.
Njörðshof is the fourth Hof or temple of the Asatru Folk Assembly (AFA).
Sacred Blue Stone near lake Plescheevo and hill of Yarila
The Domaresten (meaning judges' stone, also called Klangstenen vid Borgs kyrka) is located near Norrköping in Östergötland in Sweden.
The Horster Sonnenstein is a carved stone with perfectly straight concentric circles carved in. The stone is about 3,000 years old and is located in Horsten, Germany.
The sanctuary on Vaygach Island is a sacred site for the Nenets people living in the far North. The Scandinavian poets (skalds) sang about the islands of Vaigach and Yugoria, naming it Jotunheim.
The Sveinbjörn Beinteinsson Memorial honours the legacy of the first Allsherjargóði of the Ásatrúarfélagið.