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Bar named after the Vikings in this small town in A Coruña, near Santiago de Compostela. The Vikings did reach this part of Galicia, first raiding the coast in the mid ninth century, but the connection to the Vikings in this specific town is not…

Rover started as a bike manufacturer in 1878 and began manufacturing cars in 1904 until 2005. The Viking ship logo appears on Rover cars from 1929 onwards.

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A 30m replica ship based on the ninth or tenth-century Ladby ship burial in the Roskilde Fjord. It was reconstructed by Viking Tours. The boat can be sailed but also has a motor, and can be hired out for tours.

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A 2/3 sized replica touring ship based on the Norwegian Gokstad ship (c. 900), and produced by Viking Tours. The boat can be sailed but also has a motor, and can be hired out for tours.

Thorlabs is an optical equipment company headquartered in the US, but with a lab in Ely, Cambridgeshire (where the contributor saw this logo). The company was apparently named after the founder's dog, Thor (who was presumably named after the Norse…

These sherbet glasses are part of the Viking range produced by the Dema Glass company in Chesterfield, England (no longer in operation). Their logo was a viking ship, as pictured here.

VikingGenetics owned by VikingDanmark: coop owned by cattle breeders in Denmark, Sweden & Finland. 30.000 member farmers. Breeds: VikingRed. VikingHolstein. VikingJersey.

From the official website:“VikingGenetics is among the world’s largest…

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A restaurant and accommodation in Howth, Co. Dublin named after the Hiberno-Norse King of Dublin, King Sitric (Sigtryggr). They use a horned helmet in their logo.

Short video from the BBC News website (in their My Shop series) about a Viking-themed shop in London.

Armour All is a company producing automotive care technologies. Their logo is a Viking with horned helmet, as photographed here in a store in Cork, Ireland. You can see the development of the logo on the history section of their website:…

This company offers horse riding tours in the Reykjavik area, and draws on the Viking origin of Iceland's distinctive breed of horses in their branding and logo, which features Sleipnir (Odin's eight-legged horse).

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An interactive Viking-themed tour in Dublin. Photographed in Dublin, August 2016.The amphibious vehicles are named after Norse gods.As described on the Viking Splashwebsite: "Let the Vikings show you the sites and scenes of the capital city from a…

According to their website, Yara is "the world’s largest producer of ammonia, nitrates and NPKs, providing the foundation of Yara’s fertilizer and industrial solutions'. The website at explains the…

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Folding 'viking' bike produced by the Viking Cycles company which was based in Derry, and was bought by Manchester-based Avocet Sports. Their logo was once a Viking Ship. Item submitted by Elena Coderoni.

Spielzeugmanufaktur is a German toy company that makes weapons and costumes for children - one of their ranges is Viking, including swords, helmets, shields and accessories, of varying historical authenticity.

A ship from the Viking River Cruises line seen in dock in Dresden. Photographed by Angelika Schoerner.

Swedish ferry line with Viking branding. Operates between Sweden, Finland and Estonia. Photographed in Stockholm.

Bar and live music venue in Wellington, NZ named Valhalla (Odin's hall in Norse mythology), which is Viking-themed. See their website at

A gift shop in Niagara-on-the-Lake, with a dragon-prowed viking ship as a logo. The connection with the Vikings is unclear.

'Faxe' is Royal Unibrew's strategic export brand, and features a Viking with horned helmet as its logo. This photo was taken in Italy, by Kathryn Maude.
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