The Vasa Shipwreck Museum on Zoo Island was a stunning shock. The first time I knew Stockholm's name when I was a child was in the game of the Great Navigation Age. The world's only well-preserved wreck of the 17th century seemed to have seen the early morning of August 1628, the busy sailors on the deck, the ambitious chief officer, the commanding power of Captain and history, which was full of admiration and awe.
It's shocking. A double-storey gunhouse warship named Vasa was built in 1628. The King envied Norwegian warships and ordered his own designers to build the same large gunboat within two years. When the designer died, the apprentice took over. He was not very skilled. He built an additional layer on the original gunboat design without calculating the weight. The new ship was launched, but after sailing more than a kilometer, it was overturned by the wind and sank to the bottom of the sea. After 400 years of silence, the Swedes paid a lot of money to salvage and build the Museum of the wrecked Vasa. The hull is very large and well restored. It's worth seeing.
The Vasa Museum is dedicated to exhibiting a wreck of the Vasa salvaged from the sea floor. The tickets are expensive, but they are still worth seeing. The museum displays the world's only well-preserved wreck of the 17th century, built under the orders of King Gustav II of Sweden. Unfortunately, on her first voyage, the ship was sunk in strong winds and waves. It was not until 1961 that it was salvaged and fully repaired. The ship is very beautiful. There are many carvings on it, just like works of art.
The only place in the world where complete wooden boats are kept is 130 kroner. Many of the crowds are tourists from different countries. You can start with a guide to love and a map of the sequence of visits on its website. There are Chinese ones, so you don't need to explain them. There is a film introduction at the entrance for about 17 minutes. It is recommended that you finish the movie first. The physical object is 1:10 analog ship. Stick. Be sure to come.
Stockholm, Sweden. Vasa Museum, Vasa Museum. The Vasa Museum of Sunken Ships was built specifically for a sunken ship, the Warship Vasa. The Vasa, known as the most luxurious warship of the year, was ordered by Gudtv Adolf II to build it. At that time, Sweden was the target of the devouring powers in order to guard against the invasion of neighbouring countries. In 1628, when the ship first sailed, it was unfortunately overturned by a strong wind and sank because of its overweight.
Sweden has been a navigational power since ancient times, especially in the era of Viking piracy, the history of navigation is brilliant. This shipwreck Museum fully reflects the great and advanced navigation of the prohibited time. Dozens of ancient vessel sites, large and small, as well as many navigational relics, all reflect the glorious history of navigation at that time and are the pride of Swedes.
The Vasa Museum is in Stockholm. It is a well-preserved wreck. It took several years to build it. It sank to the shore for the first time and was completely salvaged after 300 years. Museum construction is multi-layered, from all angles can be observed sunken ships.
This is one of the most important tourist attractions in Sweden, the dreamlike wreck of the Pirates of the Caribbean. The Museum of Sunken Ships has done a good job in every detail, as well as a film studio, which introduces the history of the huge sunken ship and the Viking period in Sweden. It's very suitable for taking children here. It's very meaningful to teach and enjoy.
The Best Museum I've ever seen (Fig. 1) All animal specimens except the traditional dinosaur skeleton (Fig. 3) (Fig. 2456) are dynamic and have a natural background. Simulating the dynamic flow of tornado (fig. 7), larvae with beautiful patterns (fig. 8), glass cabinets with different minerals pumping freely (fig. 9), and virtual human brain images, introductory videos corresponding to objects, butterfly specimens hanging on tree branches, etc.
Vasa Museum is a unique museum among many museums in Sweden. It is dedicated to exhibiting a wreck of the Vasa recovered from the sea bottom. The Vasa Museum of Sunken Ships in Stockholm was built near the site of the Vasa, which was called the most luxurious warship of the year. When it first sailed in 1628, it was unlucky to encounter strong winds that sank only 2 kilometers from the port. It slept under the seabed of the Stockholm Port for 333 years. It was not until 1961 that it reappeared. According to the Chinese Manual of the Museum, 98% of the original debris of the reconstructed warships were found. Hundreds of sculptures also add a beautiful scenery to it. In fact, the story of the wreck was known as early as the 1980s, when learning New Concept English, Book IV had a special description of the wreck of Vasa -'The Vasa'. This text describes in great detail the details of the royal flagship Vasa from design to production to the sinking of her maiden voyage. The then King Gustavus Adolphus, known as the Northern Hurricane, was at the peak of his military career. He wanted to dominate the Baltic Sea and made the size and equipment of the ship himself. The three-tier artillery deck is equipped with 64 cannons. The towering stern is like a castle, carved with various patterns: gods, demons, armoured knights, mermaids, angels, and various animal-shaped patterns. Red, gold and blue sparkle, symbolizing courage, violence and cold. Unfortunately, Vasa sank at the beginning of her voyage, and Sweden's dream of hegemony was gradually shattered. This time, I finally met the imaginary Vasa, which is also a dream come true. The museum is divided into six floors with four entrances. The wreck of Vasa is anchored in the central dock. Starting from the high mast of the bow, along the hull to the stern of the boat, the sculptures are mostly concentrated in the stern, turning around to see the whole boat. The six floors around the showroom are symbols of rights: the artistic decoration and symbolic significance of the Vasa; the fifth floor introduces the life on the ship, and goes to the model of the high-rise artillery deck of the Vasa (the same size as the original) to observe carefully the original articles on the Vasa battleship: the cabin, the gun seat, the artillery and the artillery shells. Level 2: People on the Vasa: The Vasa salvaged skeletons to show the victims of the wreck.