Modern Vikings Retrace Ancient Route

Baku Today: A group of moder-day Vikings are re-tracing their ancestors' paths by sailing Black and Caspian Seas. In 1036 Ingvar the Far-Traveled led an expedition to the Caspian sea. Now, 1000 years later, a crew of nine modern day Vikings is undertaking the same voyage.

"We are [tracing the path] of the Viking king named 'Ingvar the Far-Traveled,' and we are trying [to find out] which way he went from the Black Sea to the Caspian Sea," said Hakan Altrock, the expedition's leader. "There are several ideas about how he managed to get [there]."

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