Possible second Viking site found in Newfoundland

Point Rosee

Excavations at a site called Point Rosee (shown) in Newfoundland have found hints of Norse presence about 1,000 years ago. 

Greg Mumford; Courtesy of NOVA's "Vikings Unearthed"

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