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tuomasjar77

The damn thing sunk on the first day, because idiots put the gun ports too low

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jesnie84

Those ships was a work of art.

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mrpoopongmcplop

Im interested to know how that is so well preserved, considering its wood and it should have decayed to nothing by now

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bestellingalias

How do you know it's the best preserved 17th century ship? Is there a list, a top 10 of best preserved ships? How do you measure that a ship is well preserved?... Ah yes, marketing at its finest

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colargol1

It was a lousy ship, sank leaving harbor on first try. Sweden’s big fail.

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killaduck

I visited the museum, it was awesome

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fullarmor

Want to go on sea with that

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adamt8338

The museum only has one ship, so it should be a ship garage. Sweden was like, here is our boat that didn’t float, this is why we make furniture.

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akantus

The polish enemy skulking

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jamazzel

Isnt this why swedish people sometimes say cheers with:what happened to The ship Wasa ,and Than drink? (bottoms Up)

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