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From his longhouse, at sunset, there was the squawk of parrots, and the night sky soon filled with stars.
Today, in addition to the center, there are three trails, a representative garden (featuring the Three Sisters — corn, beans, and squash), and a full-size replica of a bark longhouse open to the public.
And across the hall from the longhouse, ancient saga manuscripts are also on display.
The ruins are right in the middle of the village—also one of the oldest villages in the Islands—and contain longhouse and barn foundations.
The main island still holds the remains of the chieftain’s longhouse at Borg and a cluster of Viking Age boathouses.
Like a longhouse in Asia, the spaces open onto a patio (outfitted with a serious barbecue) and the house's playground beyond, with its lawn, pool, and small prairie of grasses.
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