Vikings lived on the banks of the Schlei in the 9th and 10th centuries. Haithabu was a major trading center then. Today, visitors can tour the reconstructed Viking village and museum.
The Viking sites Haithabu and Danevirke in northern Germany are part of the world heritage of mankind. This was decided by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee at its meeting in Bahrain.
42 World Heritage Sites in Germany invite you to guided tours and events on UNESCO World Heritage Day on 3 June. Soon there could be two new UNESCO sites.
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