The Anonymous Widower

The Vasa Museum

One of the reasons, I went to Stockholm was to see the Vasa.

I first heard about the ship in my teens, when it was raised from the floor of Stockholm Harbour. The techniques of raising the ship were also detailed in the Meccano Magazine.

It will be interesting to see how the Vasa compares with the Mary Rose.

I must have spent about three hours wandering around the museum and afterwards I felt a lot better, as the humidity in the museum was about 60% to keep the ship [preserved.

June 17, 2013 - Posted by | Transport/Travel, World | , , , ,


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  2. […] Everybody needs to go to Stockholm once, just to see the Vasa. […]

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  3. […] feeling that I like quirky and unusual places like Spittelau and the gasometers in Vienna, the Vasa in Stockholm or the Rock in Gibraltar. So perhaps Copenhagen is far too sane for my […]

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  4. We loved the Vasa and the museum is wonderful. It was definitely a highlight of our trip.

    Comment by Schwingen In Switzerland | June 28, 2013 | Reply

    • Now to see the Mary rose in Pompey! It will be an interesting comparison, as that ship is a 100 years older and not as complete.

      Comment by AnonW | June 28, 2013 | Reply

  5. […] a hundred or so years younger and being in the less destructive waters of the Baltic. Compare my pictures of the Vasa with those of the Mary […]

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