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Lego Vikings

Vikings
Parent theme Lego Vikings
Subject Vikings
Availability 2005–2006
Total sets 7

Vikings is a stand-alone theme originally released in Fall of 2005. It is based upon the Norse warriors most commonly referred to as Vikings, as well as their mythology.

Land of the Vikings

The Lego Vikings theme is represented within the Legoland Windsor theme park in the UK as an area called 'Land of the Vikings', which opened in 2007.

Products

Minifigs: 1 Viking.

Minifigs: 2 Vikings.

  • 7017 Viking Catapult versus the Nidhogg Dragon

Minifigs: 2 Vikings.

Minifigs: 6 Vikings.

  • 7019 Viking Fortress against the Fafnir Dragon

Minifigs: 6 Vikings.

  • 7021 Viking Double Catapult versus the Armored Ofnir Dragon

Minifigs: 3 Vikings.

  • 7020 Army of Vikings with Heavy Artillery Wagon

Minifigs: 7 Vikings.

  • G577 Vikings Chess Set

Minifigs: 24 Vikings.

External links

  • Lego Vikings Official Page


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