An Ancient Ship Was Found In The Center of Stockholm
In the Kungsträdgården park in the center of Stockholm, the remains of a 16th-century ship were unearthed. This area was previously covered with seawater.
Archaeologists believe that they found the remains of the Samson ship, which was built by the order of Karl in the 1590s. They suggest that the ship sank at the beginning of the XVII century. Over time, it was covered with mud and debris at the bottom. Therefore, they did not find him when they drained the seabed in the area of the park.
On a 30-meter ship, archaeologists discovered coins, glass, ceramics, and a small clay ball, which may have been a kid’s toy.