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In 1988, an archaeological find was discovered which added a chapter to the history of the city of Trelleborg. At the highest point of the city, one found traces of a ring wall dating back to the Viking Age.
The Trelleborg as it exists today is a from 1995, based on the archaeological finds, crafts traditions and educated guesses. A quarter lies exactly in the middle of the modern city and keeps a reconstructed medieval house which was also found on the spot. Outside the fortress, there is a Viking yard with some small houses with it. The Trelleborg is not just a goal for tourists and a landmark for the city, besides that it is a for with room for , presentation and . It is a historical meeting place for people at present, and it is already for more than 1,000 years!
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