Sunday, October 9, you’ll have a chance to see the Viking sword, recently discovered in South Iceland, with your own eyes.
Between the hours of 1 and 5 pm, the sword will be on display at the National Museum of Iceland, Suðurgata 41, Reykjavík. Specialists from the museum and from the Cultural Heritage Agency of Iceland, as well as the goose hunters who discovered the sword, will be available for questions.
After the weekend, the sword will be stored in a special place to conserve it, so this is a unique chance for the public to see it. Admission is free.